(Courtesy John Puttick Associates)
John Puttick, a British architect currently practicing in New York City, has won an international competition to redesign and modernize an iconic Brutalist bus station in England.
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Filed Under: Brutalism, Bus Stations, England, John Puttick Associates, Top
Port Authority terminal. (Flickr / rosebennet)
Nobody likes the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Midtown Manhattan. Nobody. And an infusion of $90 million probably won’t change that. According to the New York Times, the money, which was approved by the authority last week, will be used for fairly minor improvements including better cell phone service, improved restrooms, and more legible signs.
Filed Under: Bus Stations, Manhattan, Midtown Manhattan, New York, New York City, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
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