While conducting architectural interiors photography in New York for my client, I got a last-minute call to photograph Air at Summit One Vanderbilt.
Air is a mind-bending space with infinite reflections in mirrored glass walls, ceilings and floors. It sits atop midtown's Manhattan's new tallest building by KPF Architecture, One Vanderbilt. Set amongst great classics in architecture such as Grand Central Terminal and the Chrysler building, this installation by artist Kenzo Digital offers some of the most spectacular views of New York City and the boroughs. It sits at the Summit which welcomes guests seeking a unique experience.
Follow behind the scenes on this extraordinary interiors photo shoot at the Summit One Vanderbilt.
Mirrored Glass: Glass Flooring Systems
Architects: Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF)
Canon TS-E 17mm f/4L
Capture One Pro