(New York) The lucky few who were able to sink into the newest New York attraction this week have the impression of “floating in the air” emerging from mirrors and glass panels 300 meters high in the sky. Empty, skyscraper in the megalopolis in fourth place.
The air, created by artist Kenzo Digital, known as the Immersive Art Installation, opens to the public on Thursday at the new One Vanderbilt Tower in the heart of Manhattan. A lift takes 42 seconds to get a breathtaking view of the East River and New York Island built by Hudson.
There, visitors take a stroll on the three-story All-Glass Observatory, Summit One Vanderbilt, which offers an extraordinary view when all the bearings are lost.
With the concept of “floating in the air”.
According to Kenzo Digital, the experience “changes the perception of space and pushes the visitor into the halo of silhouettes and skyscrapers”.
For Nick Barath, one of the rare visitors selected before the start of October 21, the experience will allow “everyone to think about the relationship they have formed with the city”.
Is in the corner of the famous 42E The tower, named Rs. It is 397 m – 427 m.E In New York, behind the One World Trade Center tower, the site of the 9/11 attacks, the residential towers of the Central Park Tower Complex and the skyscraper 111E Rs.