This week work took me to Manhattan. To an upscale food retailer whose space is right under the 59th Street Bridge. Famous space, shares DNA with Grand Central-tile work, mannerisms, a great hall.
But outside, away from the general public’s trail is this classic space partially hidden by the discount clothier in a glass cube. But there is, like a Ley Line which makes me thing this space is English-inspired. Unexpected .
More. There was a particular audio effect noted. The serial chanting like a huge political rally or sporting event-though I’ve been to my share and never heard quite anything like this before. It was like something in electronica. I don’t know. An overtone, it rises about the din where the bridge, first avenue, first avenue construction of a new subway and 59th come together. For a few moments like like the 1930 or 40’s.
Sweetness like the serveur in the Nolita establishment saying, “I like the way you dine.” You have to love youth.