Calatrava - NYC Oculus Ribs
The Santiago Calatrava designed World Trade Center Transportation hub in New York City was unveiled in 2014. Commonly called The Oculus, it has been described many different ways. I see steel wings reaching up from the ribs that form the central hall. It's a space that defies any traditional form of architecture, but then doesn’t all of Calatrava’s work? These shots were taken when it was newly opened on a stark winter day, both early and late in the day. Light transforms this building into many things, depending on time of day or night or external weather conditions.
Prints are available on archival matte or UltraHD glossy surfaces. Also available are UltraHD prints on Aluminum Dibond that are ready to hang.
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