As part of its Centennial Celebration, the New York Transit Museum and the Architectural League of New York held a competition seeking modern reinterpretations of Grand Central Terminal. Contemporary architects and designers submitted more than 100 designs that captured and re-imagined Grand Central in media ranging from charcoal drawings to computer-generated landscapes. The jury selected 20 winning designs – and those designs will be on display at the Transit Museum beginning June 15. That’s Brooklyn resident Stephanie Jaszmines’ interpretation above.
The Transit Museum is located at the corner of Boerum Place and Schermerhorn Street in Brooklyn. More information here. And there’s more information about the year-long celebration of Grand Central Terminal’s centennial here.