The TWA Flight Center designed by Eero Saarinen recently reopened at JKF International in New York. It is no longer a flight center, but a hotel and lounge where travelers and architecture enthusiasts can step back in time for a brief moment.
There are multiple tunnels leading to and away from the main lounge area. Without people, the scale of architecture can be misinterpreted. Seen here is a woman staring down, allowing us to understand the shortness of the ceiling and the exaggerated length of the tunnel that appears to lack an end.
Author: I moved to New York City about three years ago from California, where I went to school for architecture. I currently work at a small interior architecture firm. I always have my AE-1 Canon camera with me, and I shoot exclusively in film with a current focus on color photography. I want to eventually mix the two disciplines of architecture and photography for a career in the future.