Off Limits

new york, new york


In 1962, architect Eero Saarinen’s designed the TWA Flight Center at JFK airport in New York City. At the time, the Flight Center was futuristic and promising of what was to come in air travel – electronic schedule displays, a food court, and televisions. Remaining mainly off limits since 2001, architecture photographer Max Touhey was lucky enough to take a look and report back to us with some amazing insider photos.

The architecture in the terminal is very distinct. We love the space age looking electronics and sleek lines throughout the lounge. JetBlue is currently looking into turning the structure into a hotel, we would definitely be interested in a future stay.

All photos by Max Touhey via www.wired.com