BIG的创始合伙人Bjarke Ingels评价道：“通过由客舱和门组成的动态系统，人们不必等车，也不再需要候车厅，Hyperloop One用接近超音速将集体社会和个人自由联系在一起。在我们的脑海里，这个全新的交通形式将刷新人们对于时空的认知，彻底改变未来的城市配置。”
“With Hyperloop One we have given form to a mobility ecosystem of pods and portals, where the waiting hall has vanished along with waiting itself. Hyperloop One combines collective commuting with individual freedom at near supersonic speed. We are heading for a future where our mental map of the city is completely reconfigured, as our habitual understanding of distance and proximity – time and space – is warped by this virgin form of travel.” Bjarke Ingels, Founding Partner, BIG.
▼Hyperloop One外观，external view of Hyperloop One
The design is based on a study of how an urban and inter-city transport network should integrate with existing infrastructure. Hyperloop is autonomous, point-to-point and vastly simplifies the experience of getting from front-door to final destination. The locations of the initial route in the UAE are selected by passenger density and proximity to existing or planned transportation hubs. All of the portals are designed as individual answers to different contexts, yet appear similar and easily recognizable.
▼鸟瞰，巨大的圆圈，birdview, huge circle
▼分析图，交通的发展和未来，diagram, development and future of transportation
▼分析图，Hyperloop One与城市的关系，diagrams showing the relationship between Hyperloop One and the city
▼可以根据环境设置门的形式，the shape fo the portal adapts to the context
All elements of the travel experience are designed to increase convenience and reduce interruptions. The main objective of the design is to eliminate waiting from the passenger experience. Hence, the stations are called portals. All departure gates are immediately visible upon entering the portal, and a simple numbering system allows passengers to quickly identify them. Passengers will travel in pods that have room for 6 people. The pods are contained within a transporter, a pressure vessel attached to a chassis for levitation and propulsion that can accelerate the transporter to 1,100km/h.
▼一个个门，消除等待区域，portals eliminate waiting hall
▼分析图，客舱与传送器结构图解，diagrams showing the structure of the pods and the transporter
▼传送管道形成和使用图解，diagrams showing the formation of the tube and how it functions
Passengers board the next pod that is available, which moves onto a transporter to their final destination. The relatively small unit-size of the pods paired with a high arrival- and departure-rate allows for on-demand travel. Different interior environments and seating arrangements offer passengers a travel experience tailored to their needs, whether traveling solo or in groups, for business meetings or casual trips.
▼客舱可以在传送器中移动，也可以行驶与普通的道路上，the pods could move in the tube as well as running on regular roads
▼客舱内，inside the pod
The pods operate autonomously from the transporter, which means they are not limited to the portal area and can move on regular roads and pick up passengers at any point. At portals, pods are loaded onto the transporter and hyperjump to another portal, where they merge onto the street and drop passengers off at their final destination.
▼控制室看门区域，view of the portals from operating room
Name: HYPERLOOP ONE
Status: In Progress
Project type: Commission
Client: Hyperloop One
Collaborators: BIG Ideas
Location Text: Dubai
Partners in Charge: Bjarke Ingels, Jakob Lange
Project Leader: Sören Grünert
Team: Erik Berg Kreider, Adi Krainer, Ashton Stare, Cheyenne Vandevoorde, Cristian Lera, Daniele Pronesti, Derek Wong, Domenic Schmid, Evan Wiskup, Francesca Portesine, Kristian Hindsberg, Lam Le Nguyen, Lasse Kristensen, Linda Halim, Maureen Rahman, Ovidiu Munteanu, Pei Pei Yang, Ryan Duval, Stephen Steckel, Terrence Chew, Thomas Christoffersen, Veronica Moretti
English text: BIG
Chinese text: gooood