Architect Breaks Down NYC Subway Stations (Oldest & Newest) | Architectural Digest

Today Michael Wyetzner of Michielli + Wyetzner Architects returns to Architectural Digest to explore the history of New York City’s storied subway system, breaking down the architectural and design details found in some of its oldest and newest stations.

Director: Alice Roth
Director of Photography: Ben Dewey
Editor: Shandor Garrison
Hosted by: Michael Wyetzner

Producer: Skylar Economy
Associate Producer: Landrie Hatcher
Production Manager: Melissa Heber
Production Coordinator: Fernando Davila

Camera Operator: Christopher Alfonso
Audio: Brett Van Deusen
Production Assistant: Ryan Coppola

Post Production Supervisor: Alexa Deutsch
Post Production Coordinator: Jarrod Bruner
Supervising Editor: Doug Larsen

Special thanks to the Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division, Detroit Publishing Company Collection, and Library of Congress, Geography and Map Division

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23 Replies to “Architect Breaks Down NYC Subway Stations (Oldest & Newest) | Architectural Digest”

  1. I would like more videos like this one! Maybe put in a mirror with Paris subway stations

  2. ♥️add more MTA videos. As I've traveled the world and gotten on all of the new systems it has been very surprising that NY is SO DIRTY and as well as was mentioned for a second, LOUD. Why has the system not invested in automation for cleaning and as well quiet manmade material wheels?!? There are so many questions and all are great interesting subjects.

  3. When I watch american decor or architectural things… I am always shocked that you let go of all the beauty, all the villas around central parc, all the beautiful things you started with in the name of profit. I mean, it is everywhere, but why would you build such ugly pencil skyscrapers and demolish such beautiful buildings which were there before.

  4. Excellent video, great information presented in an easy and interesting manner. Thank you! I want more!

  5. He can do videos on any subject and I will watch. He is just so interesting! So yes to more subway, but also yes to more anything. Fascinating stuff. Thank you AD!

  6. As a frequent user of these trains I say hell yes I want another video! This video was so informative and clear thank you!

  7. Thank you so much. It gives us more reasons to appreciate our beloved, tattered, city.

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