An international ideas competition has been launched for a new passenger rail terminal in Pärnu, Estonia
The station will serve the new Rail Baltica international route connecting Estonia with Finland and Poland.
Proposals must represent a ‘comprehensive spatial plan’ including designs for the station, surrounding landscape and road network.
The station will be located in the city’s Papiniidu district which features a large shopping centre and a number of businesses.
The winning team will receive a commission for the building and be invited to draw up a detailed masterplan for the area.
The jury includes Pärnu deputy mayor Romek Kosenkranius and Veronika Valk of the Union of Estonian Architects.
The competition language is Estonian and the deadline for submissions is 8 December.