If you’ve spent time waiting at the Vesuvius Terminal—and who hasn’t—you’ve probably watched the light play on this artwork. If not, be sure to check it out. In this photo though we’re looking through the cutouts in one of the metal fence panels and seeing bits of a building behind.
We often credit architects for ‘seeing’ the sightlines inside a building before the building has, well, been built. I wonder if the same is true in this case? Did the metal fabricator plan this see-through effect?