Ever since opening in 2008, the new train station in Liege, Belgium, has attracted photographers for obvious reasons: it’s one heck of a striking building. I included two photos in today’s “art of transit” post because I wanted to show both the interior and exterior. In addition, here’s a link to a lovely (and fully copyrighted) photo of the building at night.
The building was designed by the architect Santiago Calatrava, who has also designed the future transportation hub at the World Trade Center site in New York. Here’s a rendering of the interior from the World Trade Center website, which has other drawings.
If you would like to a submit a photo or photos of something transportation-related for our daily ‘art of transit’ feature, post them to Metro’s Flickr group or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m pleased to see our Flickr group is growing — keep shooting those photos, people!
I’ve taken all the photos that we’ve featured in our daily ‘art of transit’ posts and added them to a gallery on Flickr. Or you can click on the ‘art of transit’ below to view our daily posts.
Categories: The Art of Transit