How train station interior design plays a part in the journey experience
Johan Berhin, Founder & Designer at Green Furniture Concept, speaks with Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, about the importance of train station interior design and how it contributes to the overall journey experience for rail passengers.
Now, more than ever, people consider a train station to be more than just the start or end of a journey.
Train station interior design plays a huge part in the journey experience for rail passengers, and first impressions go a long way.
In this video interview (above), Johan Berhin, Founder & Designer at Green Furniture Concept, discusses the different elements of train station area design that must be considered to improve the overall journey experience for rail passengers, including how placemaking can change how a station operates, making areas inclusive for all people and the importance of making stations eco-friendly and green environments.
Johan Berhin is Founder & Designer of Green Furniture Concept. He is the designer behind the Nova C series that you can find in public places all over the world. He has an engineering and industrial background and received his design education at the TU Delft in Holland, and at Domus Academy in Milano. His industrial experience has given him a good knowledge of manufacturing and has fed a need to make things better – to find ways of manufacturing closer to nature.