World Trade Center Transportation Hub

40,000 square meters of Laaser marble for the largest subway station in the world

Lasa (Laas)-New York. From 2012 to 2016, Lasa Marmo realized the project to provide the materials for the new subway station at Ground Zero, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub. This consisted of the production of floor and wall panels, plinths, massive steps, wall coverings and other special fittings made from Lasa marble of the type Lasa Bianco Nuvolato®. In the course of the four-year production period, over 70,000 different parts weighing some 3,000 tons were manufactured and packaged in the Lasa Marmo factory and transported by sea to New York.

Project Information

New York, USA, 2012-2016

Product:Floor panels, wall tiles, concave fillet skirting, solid treads, wall coverings, and other special type parts
Volume:40.000 m2
70.000 different parts
3.000 tons
Architect:Santiago Calatrava
Photos:Klemens Werner

LASA Bianco Nuvolato™®