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The Skyscraper Building opens the 300-meter-high Sensitivity Laboratory in New York; See photos Travel and Travel

Raise to a height of 300 meters. This is the experience proposed by the laboratory of the fourth tallest building Nova York, Oh a Vanderbilt.

Starting this Thursday (21), the venue will open up a chaotic space of mirrors and spectacular views of Manhattan and its environs. I feel like you are stepping in the air.

At 321 meters above Madison Avenue, the ceiling and walls of the 91st, 92nd and 93rd floors have a glass floor that infinitely reveals the image of the spectator.

Created by Kenzo Digital, also known as “Air”, the test starts in an elevator and reaches 300 meters in just 42 seconds.

Then, as you enter this distorted and restless world, you lose your sense of place and float to what appears to be the only solid and stable thing on the other side of the building’s windows: Manhattan with its diversity surrounds the horizon with lost rivers and neighborhoods.

A woman lying on the glass floors of a Vanderbilt building in Manhattan, New York – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

It was a “comfortable and multi-emotional” experience that would “challenge the sense of space and immerse the audience into the photography and skyscraper industry,” said the artist in charge of the project, which is known for collaborating with the singer. Beyonc.

From One Vanderbilt Laboratory on 42nd Street, you can see details of the famous “Art Deco” of the Empire State and Chrysler neighborhoods, and on clear days, up to 100 kilometers.

Designed by architecture firm Conn Peterson Fox, the building is located near Gran Central Station and is part of a Midtown Manhattan renovation project.

At 397 meters above the terrace and 427 meters above its needle, it is the fourth tallest city in the world after the World Trade Center, Central Park Tower and 111 West 57th Street.

A woman looks through the lab of a Vanderbilt building in Manhattan, New York – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

“This is my favorite,” Rashi, one of the most influential digital influencers during Monday night’s press conference, attended the evening gown to take as many photos as possible to post on your Instagram profile.

“This is the best way to think about the beauty of New York”, which adds to the “unique experience” of living in this time by the effect of glass. “All in one,” the influence told AFP.

Another observer, Nick Bharath, described his experience using philosophy: “This place makes you think about your relationship with the city and with yourself.”

Overview of a surveillance site in a Vanderbilt building in Manhattan, New York – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

“I don’t think I would consider this a lab: it’s an experience and seeing the city from here has nothing to do with any other way to be at such heights,” he added.

After the corona virus infection that hit the ‘Big Apple’, one of the most visited places by tourists from all over the world, the opening of the lab gets a special treat.

“This can be experienced together, reuniting people, like the microscope of the city as a whole. It does not belong to anyone, it is something we can all share,” Bharath concluded.

See more photos from the lab:

Women look out of surveillance at a Vanderbilt building in Manhattan, New York – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

Surveillance Site in a Vanderbilt Building in Manhattan, New York – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

Glass floors present the image of the audience to the infinity of a Vanderbilt ceiling and walls – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

Surveillance Site in a Vanderbilt Building in Manhattan, New York – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

Surveillance Site in a Vanderbilt Building in Manhattan, New York – Photo: REUTERS / Eduardo Munoz

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