Design and the Environment
On 'Studio 360,' Kurt Andersen visits one of the best environmental architectural designs in recent years.
Four different transit lines terminate at the Stillwell Avenue Terminal, which looks like a modern-looking train shed, but in the old-fashioned, late 19th century sense of modern. The mass transit facility is run by solar power, generated by its glass roof.
View slideshow of the Stillwell Avenue Terminal.
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