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Good day! This is a Architecture-series model of the TWA Flight Center, now JetBlue's T5, at JFK Airport. The actual structure was created in 1962 by Eero Saarinen, who also designed the St. Louis Arch. Although most of the original structure has been demolished, the "head house" was renovated for JetBlue in 2008.
The model itself was quite difficult: it was hard to get the "shells" in the degrees to put in the windows in correctly. Also, part connecting each of the sides was hard and I'm thinking on revising my current solution. If any of you want to ask for a revision, give me some ideas, but nothing too extravagant, I only have so many pieces :). Anyway, this model has room for improvement. I think this could really be something...