TEL - MAYFLOWER MRT

TEL - MAYFLOWER MRT, Singapore

Architecture

Mayflower Station (TE6) is part of the Thomson-East Coast Line Stage 2. Its seven entrances and interior were based on a hexagonal pattern, repeated to create interesting effects. At the entrances, the shape was multiplied to form a feature wall. The roof panels, linkways and canopy of the seven entrances were crafted out of an aluminium composite, also bearing this hexagonal structure.

The interior of the Mayflower MRT station was inspired by the bird-singing clubs of Singapore. The repetitive hexagonal patterns extend into the station and its three-dimensional structure give the station an incredible sense of visual depth. Additionally, small ornamental birds are scattered throughout the station as part of Singapore’s Art in Transit (AIT) programme that integrates artworks by the country's leading artists into the MRT network.

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