Stainless steel AISI 304 and glass have been used by LASERGRAN to build the entrances to the tube in the city of Granada. Two stylized elements that lighten the small and varied space available in each stop.
They will have different sizes depending on the location, therefore one or more stairs and lifts will adapt to space eliminating barriers to accessibility.
The design of these entrances will make them icons of the city much like in other cities around the world. The roofing of the structure has been solved with two stainless steel arcs with a transparent glass cover, using daylight as much as possible, avoiding blind corners and also facilitating cleaning and maintenance.
The singular architecture of the accesses is formed by two main stainless beams acting as brackets anchored to foundation by the lower part through screwed stainless plates. They will be 9.3 m long and a variable 3.5 m width.
The name of the stops will be placed on stainless steel sheets which will help to maintain the rigid structure of the access and also act as roofing for these original pieces of urban furniture.