The KSRTC Bus terminal is designed to cater to the growing city of Calicut and its developing urban landscape. The facility is equipped with high-end utilities and quality amenities, and its location has established it as a commercial center.
The project adds additional value to the area as a transit hub, co-existing with the prime traffic in the city centre. The built structure is a combination of contemporary architecture that merges with a colonial-style laid out by the heritage buildings from the bygone era. The overall design forms a cohesive connection with the commercially suited interior spaces, creating a worthwhile experience of space, scale, and architectural character.
The structure not only communicates independently with the immediate users, but it also forms a part of the fabric of the urban landscape with its function and location. The renovation projects optimize the usage of ramps that lead to different levels of the building, and they also connect these floors to the users through foot over bridges and vertical circulation methods.
In this way, the facility adds to the commercial center of Calicut while also incorporating elements of the city’s heritage and history. The combination of contemporary and colonial architecture creates a unique and interesting design that enhances the user experience and the connection to the local area. The use of high-end utilities and quality facilities also ensures that the facility is equipped to meet the needs of the growing city and its developing urban landscape.