After reviewing subway logos last week, we turn our attention to actual subway structures which can be a work of art in itself.
There is surely something about bagging a public transit terminal design contract that makes architects go whoopie! They tend to stretch their imaginations, work in collaboration with artists and structural engineers, and turn out really interesting pieces of work. You can even imagine these structures to be completely functional first and yet amazingly captivating. This design by Santiago Calatrava for the Port Authority Trans-Hudson (PATH) terminal at the World Trade Center (WTC) site in Lower Manhattan is already creating a buzz:
Although airports can be pretty dramatic, for now we turn our attention to subways. See more pictures here. Enjoy!