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Rooftop Bars: Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager Bring Style to Times Square with The Terrace

The bar at The Terrace Restaurant in the Times Square EDITON. Photography by Nikolas Koenig.

 

A space inspired by L’Orangerie at Jardin des Tuileries in Paris is the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of Times Square. At the recently-opened Times Square EDITION, the product of an all-star collaboration between Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager, you’ll find exactly that at The Terrace and Outdoor Gardens

Before reaching the garden-like feel of The Terrace, guests are treated to a glimpse of “the real New York City,” a photography exhibit curated by Schrager that showcases the vivacity of the city through the lenses of such renowned photographers as Helen Levitt, Elliott Erwitt, Bruce Davidson, Ruth Orkin, Arthur Leipzig and Cornell Capa to name a few.

Read more: New in New York: 10 Recent Design Projects in the Big Apple

The Terrace Restaurant in the Times Square EDITION. Photography by Nikolas Koenig.

 

The garden in the sky holds thousands of plants, trees, and ivy under the care of landscape architect Madison Cox. Yabu Pushelberg’s impeccable eye pairs rich velvets, luxurious leathers, and sultry woods to create a sensory reprieve from the chaos of the city streets below.

Michelin-starred chef John Fraser oversees the hotel’s food and beverage program, and was inspired by traditional French brasseries for the direction of The Terrace restaurant. The menu of the romantic and elegant eatery showcases Fraser’s adept skill at creating robust vegetarian cuisine, along with light pastas and steak fare. 

The bar at the Terrace Restaurant in the Times Square EDITION. Photography by Nikolas Koenig.

 

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Rooftop Bars: Lounge Poolside at the Just-Opened TWA Hotel’s Observation Deck

The rooftop pool, bar, and observation deck at the TWA hotel at John F. Kennedy airport. Photography courtesy of TWA hotel.

 

Eero Saarinen’s Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy  International Airport reopened today, this time as the lobby of the TWA Hotel. Beyer Blinder Belle was tasked with preservation and kept the restored terminal true to its retro-futuristic roots. Stonehill Taylor created luxurious midcentury-modern guest rooms in the two newly-constructed wings that flank the terminal. But Lubrano Ciavarra, the design consultant and the design architect on record, was tasked with one of the best amenities timed to the hotel’s springtime opening: the rooftop pool, bar, and observation deck.

Read more: Eero Saarinen’s TWA Flight Center at JFK Prepares for a New Beginning 

The observation deck sits atop one of the newly-constructed guest room wings. It boasts 10,000 square-feet of space and features an infinity pool along with a bar operated by Gerber Group. The 63-foot by 20-foot infinity-edge pool overlooks one of JFK’s largest runways, providing an endlessly-fascinating backdrop to the rooftop experience. The deck will be open year-round, with the pool’s ability to reach temperatures of 100 degrees serving as a pleasant complement to brisk New York City winters.

Exterior of TWA Hotel, John F. Kennedy International Airport. Photography courtesy of MCR Development.

The pool is an amenity open to guests of the hotel, but anyone is free to make a reservation at the observation deck bar. Gerber Group, which operates icons of New York city nightlife and hospitality such as The Campbell at Grand Central Terminal, has opened with a summer-ready menu. Guests can try the Mile High Spritz (vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, fresh lime juice and prosecco) or the Watermelon Collins (Aviation gin, watermelon and lemon juices, agave and club soda, and more options from the menu. The observation deck also operates a full rooftop kitchen.

Wherever your final destination is, there’s surely no more stylish way to unwind at JFK.

Read more: Rooftop Bars: Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager Bring Style to Times Square with The Terrace

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Rooftop Bars: Lounge Poolside at the Just-Opened TWA Hotel’s Observation Deck

The rooftop pool, bar, and observation deck at the TWA hotel at John F. Kennedy airport. Photography courtesy of TWA hotel.

 

Eero Saarinen’s Terminal 5 at John F. Kennedy  International Airport reopened today, this time as the lobby of the TWA Hotel. Beyer Blinder Belle was tasked with preservation and kept the restored terminal true to its retro-futuristic roots. Stonehill Taylor created luxurious midcentury-modern guest rooms in the two newly-constructed wings that flank the terminal. But Lubrano Ciavarra, the design consultant and the design architect on record, was tasked with one of the best amenities timed to the hotel’s springtime opening: the rooftop pool, bar, and observation deck.

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Read more: Eero Saarinen’s TWA Flight Center at JFK Prepares for a New Beginning 

The observation deck sits atop one of the newly-constructed guest room wings. It boasts 10,000 square-feet of space and features an infinity pool along with a bar operated by Gerber Group. The 63-foot by 20-foot infinity-edge pool overlooks one of JFK’s largest runways, providing an endlessly-fascinating backdrop to the rooftop experience. The deck will be open year-round, with the pool’s ability to reach temperatures of 100 degrees serving as a pleasant complement to brisk New York City winters.

Exterior of TWA Hotel, John F. Kennedy International Airport. Photography courtesy of MCR Development.

 

The pool is an amenity open to guests of the hotel, but anyone is free to make a reservation at the observation deck bar. Gerber Group, which operates icons of New York city nightlife and hospitality such as The Campbell at Grand Central Terminal, has opened with a summer-ready menu. Guests can try the Mile High Spritz (vodka, St. Germain elderflower liqueur, fresh lime juice and prosecco) or the Watermelon Collins (Aviation gin, watermelon and lemon juices, agave and club soda, and more options from the menu. The observation deck also operates a full rooftop kitchen.

Wherever your final destination is, there’s surely no more stylish way to unwind at JFK.

Read more: Rooftop Bars: Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager Bring Style to Times Square with The Terrace

Read more: Rooftop Bars: Take in the Glamour of Old Manhattan at Ophelia Lounge

Continue reading Rooftop Bars: Lounge Poolside at the Just-Opened TWA Hotel’s Observation Deck

Rooftop Bars: Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager Bring Style to Times Square with The Terrace

The bar at The Terrace Restaurant in the Times Square EDITON. Photography by Nikolas Koenig.

A space inspired by L’Orangerie at Jardin des Tuileries in Paris is the perfect antidote to the hustle and bustle of Times Square. At the recently-opened Times Square EDITION, the product of an all-star collaboration between Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager, you’ll find exactly that at The Terrace and Outdoor Gardens

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Enter the 2019 HiP Awards by May 17th

Before reaching the garden-like feel of The Terrace, guests are treated to a glimpse of “the real New York City,” a photography exhibit curated by Schrager that showcases the vivacity of the city through the lenses of such renowned photographers as Helen Levitt, Elliott Erwitt, Bruce Davidson, Ruth Orkin, Arthur Leipzig and Cornell Capa to name a few.

Read more: New in New York: 10 Recent Design Projects in the Big Apple

The Terrace Restaurant in the Times Square EDITION. Photography by Nikolas Koenig.

The garden in the sky holds thousands of plants, trees, and ivy under the care of landscape architect Madison Cox. Yabu Pushelberg’s impeccable eye pairs rich velvets, luxurious leathers, and sultry woods to create a sensory reprieve from the chaos of the city streets below.

Michelin-starred chef John Fraser oversees the hotel’s food and beverage program, and was inspired by traditional French brasseries for the direction of The Terrace restaurant. The menu of the romantic and elegant eatery showcases Fraser’s adept skill at creating robust vegetarian cuisine, along with light pastas and steak fare. 

The bar at the Terrace Restaurant in the Times Square EDITION. Photography by Nikolas Koenig.

Read more: Take in the Glamour of Old Manhattan at Ophelia Lounge

Continue reading Rooftop Bars: Yabu Pushelberg and Ian Schrager Bring Style to Times Square with The Terrace

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