New designs have been unveiled for a planned £598m revamp of Birmingham's New Street Station which has been criticised for its concrete, outdated look.
The developers said the new design will create a "bold modern gateway" for millions of visitors to Birmingham.
Designers Foreign Office Architects said the new station will be covered in reflective sheets of metal.
And the new atrium area is designed to "flood the station with light". One of the main criticisms of the current station is its darkness.
Work on the new Birmingham Gateway starts next year. The station is expected to see more than 52 million passengers a year.