After years of planning, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub in New York opened its doors 2016. It looks a lot like a gleaming white bird in flight. The 800,000 square-foot structure is striking amidst the dark skyscrapers of New York City’s downtown Financial District.
The building could very well be a living creature as described as one by architect Santiago Calatrava who designed the $4 billion skeletal structure after a bird released from a child’s hands. “I was trying to do something very light and atmospheric,”