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Let's say I don't disagree. This looks so much like seventies architecture to me.
I had too much sci-fi either, so I'm happy to agree with you!
Looks more like a small airport control centre than a subway centre. I kind of like it, but I agree with Ciel...Hey, we don't even have subways, so I'll take anything I can get!
Looks like something built in the 60s or 70s that was thought to be "ultra-modern" at the time, but hasn't aged well.
Beneath all of this is a fascinating station we've visited several times before.cieldequimper: Which is why I lingered for quite some time to have some folks brightening the scene for us.VP: Beam us up! :)Jacob: Good point. The things we'd do for having a subway.Halcyon: Very well phrased. Spot on, in fact.As always, good to get all your feedback.
Stockholms tunnelbanestationer överraskar!
I do like seeing the "above ground" views of the undergrounds you show us so often.
You are right but I also agree with Ciel. Anyway it's a very cool piece of architecture.
erm, a bit deconstructive to me, i like it actually. ^0^
Those working in the "tower" can commute smoothly to their jobs, right above the station.Lena Johansson: Är det en positiv överraskning?Halcyon: The real oxymoron is that most of the subway network is in fact above-ground ... Not this station though.JM: Scores high on originality, at least.arabesque: A deconstructive construction. I like that! :)Again, nice to have you stopping by here.
Looks like too much Mondrian influence, if you ask me!
You mean, there's Neo-Plasticism lurking where we'd least expect it?(I had to look up that word but it does sound fancy, doesn't it?;)Thanks, Tinsie.
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