Grimshaw, WSP and Arup reveal new HS2 station designs

HS2 Curzon Street station - Grimshaws (2)

Practices’ West Midlands proposals go out to public consultation

Grimshaw Architects, WSP and Arup Associates have unveiled their designs for the two new HS2 stations in the West Midlands, set to open when services on the high-speed line commence in 2026.

Curzon Street Station in Birmingham city centre was designed by Grimshaw and WSP. Interchange Station – which will serve the National Exhibition Centre and Birmingham Airport, around seven miles south-east of the city centre, and Solihull – was designed by Arup.

The firms’ proposals are set to go on display at Birmingham Library so that the public and businesses can provide feedback on the designs.


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