The TWA Flight Center is a symbol of the expressive idealism of the 1960s and Eero Saarinen’s innovative genius. Over time, the landmark terminal at New York’s JFK Airport has been subjected to a series of compromising alterations and deferred maintenance. Redundant for 15 years, the TWA Flight Center is being repaired and adapted for reuse as a hotel and major new event space. Miriam is developing the repair and adaptive reuse of the 1962 concrete shell and sculptural interiors, integrating new MEP systems and designing the connections between the historic building, new facilities and the landscape. Original restaurant interiors by Eero Saarinen, Raymond Loewy and Warren Platner are meticulously researched to infuse the spirit of the jet age into contemporary designs for this exceptional building.