Tasked to design a motorway service station along the M58 that stretches along the Port of Liverpool & its periphery, the project investigates the socio-political climate of the territory in subject.
In light of Brexit & the extremeties of weather experienced due to the global climate crisis, the scheme look to tap on the latent potential of the rural landscape. With the aims of intensifying the periphery through future farming methods, the model of a service station to act as a point of production, distribution & education of the food supply chain for the local communities.
The architecture acts both as a catalyst for the futuristic programs, as well as a mediator between the key experiences of being in a future service station; the vehicular, the rural and the future. The architecture seeks to welcome and ease the visitor between these three realms.