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TWA Hotel inside Eero Saarinen's JFK Airport terminal opens reservations
Reservations are now open for guests wishing to stay at Eero Saarinen's 1960s terminal building at New York's John F Kennedy airport.

The hotel's 512 rooms are housed in two new curved buildings placed behind Saarinen's structure. These have one of the thickest curtain-wall constructions in the world, featuring seven panes in order to block runway noise.

TWA Hotel guests also have access to a range of amenities – including six restaurants, eight bars, a coffee bar, ballroom, fitness centre, shops and outlets, a rooftop pool, an observation deck and a museum that displays vintage TWA air hostess uniforms.
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6 hours ago by jellis
Why America’s New Apartment Buildings All Look the Same - Bloomberg
The explanation for the popularity of "five-on-one" wood frame ("stick") constructed apartment buildings.
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