Good-bye & Farewell to JFK Terminal 6…

Oh, sigh….

It’s a shame when an interesting work of architecture goes into a state of being unused, underutilized, and unwanted.  That’s the current case of I.M. Pei’s Terminal 6 at New York City’s JFK Airport.  Terminal 6 was built in 1969, and was an example of clean lines, being brightly-lit, and showing off large open spaces. However, by the end of October 2011, the building will no longer exist. Continue reading “Good-bye & Farewell to JFK Terminal 6…”