Monday, November 10, 2014

Today's archidose #795

Here are some of my photos of Fulton Center (opened November 10, 2014) in New York City by Arup and Grimshaw Architects with the "Sky Reflector-Net" by James Carpenter Design Associates.

Corner of Fulton and Broadway with Corbin Building (corner of John and Broadway) on the right:
Fulton Center

Looking west down Fulton toward the World Trade Center site:
Fulton Center

Entrance at Fulton and Broadway with atrium drum popping above the glass-box parapet:
Fulton Center

The gap between the glass box and the atrium:
Fulton Center

Looking toward the atrium from near the entrance along Broadway:
Fulton Center

Getting closer to the atrium:
Fulton Center

A view across the atrium to the Broadway/Fulton entrance with the lower edge of the Sky Reflector-Net visible:
Fulton Center

Looking up at the atrium oculus from one level below the street (bottom of escalators in above photo):
Fulton Center

The same view from two levels below the street, looking through a circular opening in the floor above:
Fulton Center

An escalator cuts through part of the old Corbin Building to give access to...
Fulton Center

...the Dey Street Concourse that connects Fulton Center to the R Train:
Fulton Center

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