Subway it’s a the perfect candidate for innovative projects to bring daylight inside the tunnels.
When the New Fulton center transit hub opened in Lower Manhattan in late June, it connected nine subway lines and four stations. (Eventually it’ll also link to New Jersey’s PATH system.) And thanks to some brilliant design work, the $1.4 billion project also connected parts of the deep, dark system to natural daylight for the first time.
As you probably remember similar project have been done in other cities in the world, and we have show them in this Daylight blog section, for example in Naples, Moscow…
Please see the spectacular pictures from this Special skylight in Wired: http://wrd.cm/1qvWcRZ