Peek Inside Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center Transportation Hub

Spanish/Swiss architect Santiago Calatrava has finally completed the $4b World Trade Center Transportation Hub, with the opening day this Thursday, March 3rd.

After more than a decade, an unfathomable amount of money, and hundreds of thinkpieces on the subject, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub—and the Oculus, the spiky, controversial sculpture that tops it—is set to make its debut to the public.

Our friends over at Curbed got in early to grab a sneak peek and capture some great photos. Be sure to check out the accompanying article for more photos and information.

Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey
Photo: Max Touhey

via Curbed

WTC Transportation Hub
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Matt enjoys exploring the City's food scene with his Wife and the outdoors with their dog. He is an avid marathon runner, and spends most of his time eating, running, and working on cool stuff.

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