|City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia by night|
|Opera House in Valencia|
Santiago Calatrava is a daring architect whose designs are worth making a detour to see. In fact, one way to see the world in style would be to embark on a tour of Calatrava's most interesting works.
|La Ciudad de las Artes y las Ciencias|
|The Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia by Santiago Calatrava|
The two closest to me are both in New York: the St Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, and the much anticipated World Trade Center Transportation Hub.
|List of projects by Santiago Calatrava|
|"Auditorio de Tenerife Pano" by Taxiarchos228|
|Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas|
|Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge by night|
The Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in Dallas is the only one of Calatrava's works I have laid eyes on to date. Next time I am in the Big D, I'll have to get some of my own photos to share. The bridge spans the Trinity River not far from Dealey Plaza. Though it looks like a suspension bridge, it is really a cable-stayed bridge with a very intricate laced cable design.