Here at TC we’re a bit obsessed with great art in or around public transport infrastructure. Take for example this project, or this one, or here.
Well here we are again, sharing another awesome project from the subway. Interloop by Chris Fox reuses 50 meters of the original wooden-stepped escalators to create a contemporary floating sculpture. Built for the station in 1931, the heritage escalators had to be replaced for safety reasons and have been remade into a whimsical addition to the daily routine of commuters.
Follow Chris on Instagram here and read more about Interloop here or a timelapse of the install here.
Image courtesy Josh Raymond.