This train station roof has been designed to cope with Mexico's extreme weather 

Aidia Studio designed this latticed roof. Image: Aidia Studio

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Aidia Studio has designed a latticed roof for the Tulum train station. Image: Aidia Studio
The roof will be made of steel and concrete with some areas of glazing. Image: Aidia Studio

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The roof ends will frame the trains entering and exiting the station. Image: Aidia Studio
The latticed roof will allow sunlight and breezes into the station. Image: Aidia Studio
A mezzanine level with shops and restaurants will bridge the platforms of the Tulum train station Image: Aidia Studio

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