Butler Railway Station, Perth Australia

Area: 600m² | Year of Completion: 2014

Butler railway station is a railway station on the Transperth network. Construction of the station commenced in 2011, with the station opened on 21 September 2014. It is the current terminus of the Joondalup line, 40.7 kilometers from Perth station serving the suburb of Butler.

In this project, 600m2 of vitreous enamel panels are fabricated by TECO. The vitreous enamel panels, which are designed in red and white in the curved ceilings, are presented at the ticket gate and the concourse. In addition, these panels are decorated on the top of the walkway fences so that passengers can see the red convex vitreous enamel panels in between when taking the stairs through the gate.