1. The “Imagining the Lowline” exhibit is opening at the Essex Street Warehouse, from Sept 15-27. Free and open to the public, it will feature an installation of a small-scale green park, along with the technology that will make it possible to come to life underground, plus openly invite ideas and input from the public. They will also be hosting a ton of public events, like Street Fairs and a 50-foot-long “Experiments in Motion” exhibit model of Manhattan’s underground, plus a surprise musical event. 
Save the date! And visit their website for a full calendar of events. (You can also check their original project, here.)

    The “Imagining the Lowline” exhibit is opening at the Essex Street Warehouse, from Sept 15-27. Free and open to the public, it will feature an installation of a small-scale green park, along with the technology that will make it possible to come to life underground, plus openly invite ideas and input from the public. They will also be hosting a ton of public events, like Street Fairs and a 50-foot-long “Experiments in Motion” exhibit model of Manhattan’s underground, plus a surprise musical event.

    Save the date! And visit their website for a full calendar of events. (You can also check their original project, here.)

  2. Everyone knows about The High Line, New York City’s experiment with an elevated park. It’s awesome, and a great example of reclaiming public spaces. The LowLine is quite similar. Beneath Delancey Street on the Lower East Side, there is a long forgotten about train depot. It’s massive and has been neglected for decades. Now, a team  of designers are gearing up to try and transform the derelict depot into a stunning, underground park for all to enjoy. Consider the LowLine the ying to the High Lines’ yang. We like that, and so it is Project of the Day!

    Everyone knows about The High Line, New York City’s experiment with an elevated park. It’s awesome, and a great example of reclaiming public spaces. The LowLine is quite similar. Beneath Delancey Street on the Lower East Side, there is a long forgotten about train depot. It’s massive and has been neglected for decades. Now, a team  of designers are gearing up to try and transform the derelict depot into a stunning, underground park for all to enjoy. Consider the LowLine the ying to the High Lines’ yang. We like that, and so it is Project of the Day!