Daroca is an impressive medieval city located in the province of Zaragoza, Spain. Sergio Sebastián Arquitecto created a bus shelter, combining function with aesthetics. According to the designer, “the intervention builds a piece that greets visitors arriving at Daroca, providing a single image in a peripheral environment that has nothing to do with the beauty of the medieval town. The shelter is generated from two very marked and heavy planes, ground and cover, which build a comfortable space whose section is opened from the lying area to the landing of the bus. This space is bounded laterally by wooden filters that generate the necessary equipment for the wait -umbrellas, benches and signs-, lattices that outline the space but do not prevent understanding in continuity with the public space of the ride“. What is your stand on this type of street furniture in a medieval city like Daroca, Spain?