Have you ever seen a building being pulled apart from the inside? You’re about to.
The latest renderings of 303 East 44th Street show a slender glass tower whose floors are separated by 16-foot gaps and supported by elegantly sculpted concrete beams. The effect is that the building looks like it is being slowly stretched, as if the floors were glued together or stuck together with gum.
To see how ODA New York’s Eran Chen does it, watch the above video or visit The Real Deal‘s YouTube page.