It’s been over 50 years, but for many, the destruction of Charles Follen McKim’s original Pennsylvania Station still stings (hey, even Mad Men mourned its passing). But now, there is a hopeful (if improbable) plan from Richard W. Cameron—principal designer at Atelier & Co—to bring back the civic jewel of a long-gone New York.
According to Traditional Building’s’s Clem Labine, Cameron’s plan has three main goals […].”Previously
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