Any future for Penn Station must make use (and reuse) of its past.
“It’s about you speaking to the residents,” Karen Blondel told the architects in the audience. “You really have to do your work and talk to the residents.”
Hospitals, Michael Murphy explained, offer unique opportunities for exploring how architecture adapts to the needs of both the individual and the public.
Unlike the trains now operating at austerity levels of service, Moynihan Train Hall has arrived exactly on time, ready to uplift.