Vilnius is the capital of Lithuania and it is one of the most cultural cities in the world and is known for the Vilnius historic centre in its Old Town, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1994.
The core of the project – the existing railway station was opened in 1861 building the Saint Petersburg–Warsaw Railway and rebuilt after World War II.
In this proposal, it re-evaluates the original design of the station forecourt that the orthogonal axis of the railway is the main approach from the north-west direction, both wings are green park which consists symmetrical configuration.
Central Station Square, Public Transportation Terminal, Railway Station Complex are compactly arranged on the urban axis, and it makes continuous space to transfer smoothly.
New Railway Station is inextricably linked to Naujininkai (commercial) centre at the backside of the station with a Walk-through deck, it promotes reinvigoration of divided city by the bundle of rails.