washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
Chicago has its first new ‘L’ stop in the Loop in the last 20 years – the Washington/Wabash station. The design, by architecture firm EXP, is Calatrava-like in its white, curvy form, which works great against the historic backdrop of the Loop’s architecture.
Some images I prefer the contrast between the white structure and the colors of the background buildings, while others I prefer B&W so the focus is on the contrast of the curvy canopy against the linear buildings.
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
I think this next one is my favorite shot from the afternoon.
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
A couple B&W abstracts from the canopy.
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
washington wabash L stop, exp. , cta
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