The TWA Terminal at the JFK Airport is one of the most dynamic symbols of what Alice Friedman calls “American Glamour” of the postwar decades, a landmark today (it became in official landmark in 1994). It was designed by Eero Saarinen who died of tumor in 1961, a year before its completion, and was captured by photographer Ezra Stoller. But its days as a functioning terminal were numbered, when in 2001, TWA was collapsed and security systems changed following 9/11. Now the building is going to be transformed into a boutique hotel. The cafe (in the photograph below) was designed by Raymond Loewy.