The MTA has released renderings of potential subway entrances along the Second Avenue line. They look pretty cool. I’d settle for a boring industrial look if it meant spending less money on this project, but whatever.
Anyway, the subway line isn’t going to be done for what….10 or more years at least? So why would you mock up something as trendy as this so early in advance? Who knows that will be the style a decade from now?
Maybe by then, the abstract, idustrial look will be out. Or maybe there will be better technology that would allow a cooler look.
Anyway, should we be picking out the wall paper and paint colors just yet? Or would it be better to wait unil…ohhh…a year or two before the project is done?
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This is such a bad idea…