Architectural Digest

In a storage hangar at New York’s JFK Airport, with The Beatles’ “Love Me Do” playing in the background, MCR Development and interior design firm Stonehill Taylor gave a glimpse of the future of the TWA Flight Center by Eero Saarinen, inspired by its past. The 1962 former airplane terminal will serve as a 200,000-square-foot public lobby and check-in desk for the new-build TWA Hotel, a two-winged structure that will sit behind the restored Saarinen building. In a scale mockup about one-third the length of a wing of the future hotel, the team revealed the first model room, designed in the spirit of the 1960s.