The Copenhagen Metro

 A visual study of the speed, reliability, and safety of the Copenhagen metro. A transit system that is self-operated, with wait times no longer than five minutes without delay.

The functional and minimalist approach for the architecture and way-finding system creates an easy orientation with the metro stations. Natural and artificial light are used as key attributes to create a safe environment for travelers.

This zine is a foray into a larger research-based project on how cities are built.
 Saddle-stitch bound, 5-colors, 148x210 mm
Self-published at RisoLab at the School of Visual Arts in New York.


Design, Photography