Buffalo Central Terminal | New York

Ceilings in the main concourse of the Buffalo Central Terminal (1929) "were crafted in the Guastavino tradition. The most time-consuming aspect of the terminal’s construction, the laying of the tiles was meticulously designed to improve the loud acoustics created in such a busy space." (Quote from https://www.architecturaldigest.com/gallery/guastavino-tile-arches)

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