ABOUT the project
The Redmond Technology Light Rail Station serves as a node that connects the greater Seattle region to the Overlake neighborhood of Redmond and the adjacent growing Microsoft campus. The station site design takes cues from the angled architectural facade and is abstracted from the area’s native meadows and wetlands. The vector lines are shown in the paving layout and continue through the planted areas to reinforce the pattern.
The pedestrian oriented plazas provide an identifiable and enriched transit experience that connect the neighborhood to the greater region via bike and rail infrastructure.
The North plaza acts a hub for bicycle parking and future connection below 40th Street. The main entry plaza weaves together the strands of several modes of transportation – auto, bus, bicycle, and train – in one site.