Helpern Architects-Designed AC Hotel, Times Square

Inside the first NYC property for the European-inspired brand

An iconic building does more than make a statement of its own; it anchors a block or neighborhood and converses with structures around it. Such is the case with Renzo Piano‘s New York Times building, a towering masterwork in midtown Manhattan. But now, where there was once nothing more than a five-story parking garage, rises the AC Hotel New York Times Square. Designed by Helpern …

Making Miniatures Fly at Gulliver’s Gate

We talk to Adrian Davies, head of model-making, about the 2,200 square foot airport they’re building

In order to get a New York City resident into the heart of Times Square, the attraction must be one of pure magnificence. That’s exactly what we found with Gulliver’s Gate, a massive world of miniatures unlike any other. This isn’t a novelty experience; rather, it’s a technologically impressive, immersive universe that reconstructs global subjects in detail. New York City itself plays an inspiration, but …