Project Description

The Windsor International Transit Terminal was designed to streamline and embrace the complex ebb and flow of multiple connecting and trans-national transit services.

Prioritizing openness and natural light, the Windsor International Transit Terminal building took on a vaulted ceiling, ample glazing, and exposed structural elements where it was suitable.

Radiant in-floor heating was implemented to reduce dependence on high-energy forced air heating and cooling, and to help mitigate the constant influx of untempered air from the outdoors. Visibility also played a critical role in establishing the most suitable solutions for the building’s exterior skin and interior form.