“Infinity Room” NYC Building w/ Glass Elevators Feels Like Levitation | My Modern Met


By Samantha Pires on December 17, 2021
SUMMIT One Vanderbilt Transcendence, a chapter of AIR

Entering this mirrored space and taking a ride on the glass elevators will feel like you’re levitating 1,000 feet above New York City.

 

The recently opened SUMMIT One Vanderbilt provides New Yorkers and tourists with multiple levels of fantastical views and immersive digital installations—all elevated with 25,000 square feet of mirrored surfaces. Kenzo Digital’s Air is a permanent installation in the space that includes outdoor elevators that transport visitors to the highest elevation of the tower, a Snøhetta-designed lounge, and more.

This seemingly vertigo-inducing experience is unlike any other in the city. “The story is about you as the protagonist, your relationship to nature, your relationship to New York City, and more importantly, your relationship to yourself,” says Kenzo Digital. “It’s a very contemplative and surreal experience. It’s a kind of nature experience that is translated in New York City.” […]

 

SUMMIT One Vanderbilt Transcendence, a chapter of AIR

 

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