The First Peek at Santiago Calatrava’s Re-Design for Chicago’s O’Hare Airport
Here’s a great piece in Architectural Digest about Santiago Calatrava’s design concept for the proposed $8.5 billion O’Hare redevelopment project, the goal of which is to bring Chicago’s largest airport (and the 3rd busiest in the U.S.) into the present and ready for the future.
What do you think of the design? The ratio of built structures to green space is certainly appealing, and at first blush, it sounds like both current and forward-looking issues, such as ride sharing and the potential of a hyperloop system, are being well-considered.
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