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Pamplona coach station


The new Coach Station of Pamplona, completely underground, is located next to Pamplona’s citadel, a great defensive Renaissance fortification.

Totally underground, the only externally visible element is the access marquee

The station has, on a first floor, bays for up to 28 coaches in a circular layout, a depot for another 24 coaches, a waiting area, ticket offices, a shopping area with 25 retailing units of different sizes, restaurants, offices, services, and, on the second floor, a car park for 400 cars for residents, subscribers and the general public. Due to its proximity to the citadel, the project included the archaeological recuperation of part of the remains by consolidating the ruins of Santa Lucia’s ravelin and its surrounding moat and the recuperation of the green area that once surrounded it. The only element visible from the outside is the entrance, made of glass on a single storey and 100 m long.

IDOM carried out the works supervision and technically and aesthetically adapted the original project by the architects Manuel Blasco, Luis Tabuenca and Manuel Sagastume.

Architecture : Design : Transport

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Totally underground, it is located next to the Citadel, a great Renaissance defensive fortification

City Hall of Pamplona

- 2010 -
Finalist - 2010 COAVN Awards - Official College of Basque-Navarro Architects
- 2003 -
Finalist - 2003 FAD Awards

Construction Management

Jesús Armendáriz

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