The station provides shelter from wind driven rain and snow while pumping fuel and paying. The revised concept now incorporates the exhaust air flow through an open grille (weather proof) above a projected glazed wall. The integration of wall and roof allow for a better structural support system to both roof and wall assemblies. The sloped roof is a simple folded plate with skylights, channeling water to two holding tanks that can be used for cleaning the paved surfaces. The structural support is simply represented as a concept. The roof soffit system is shown as a flat unbroken plane to avoid recessed voids used for nesting birds, thereby reducing cleaning/maintenance costs
The station provides a symbiotic relationship to the upper level retail space that could offer a compact café function with a patio behind a glazed wall that faces the street, and has a visual presence to the people using the pumps. Stair and ramp access to the upper retail avoids costly elevator system.
Based on vehicle flow and size of property, one side of glazed wall could have an additional parallel parking zone for 3 electrical charging stations.