It’s been a long time coming, but yesterday The High Line officially opened its final section, stretching from 30th Street and 10th Avenue to 34th Street and 11th Avenue. The final section completes the rehabilitation and reuse of the old High Line railroad on Manhattan’s West Side into one of the most heralded public parks […]
Good news! The 3rd and final section of The High Line is set to open tomorrow. Be there at 7AM!
This BOOK HIVE project is made by Rusty Squid and debuted last year at the Bristol Central Library to celebrate 400 years of Bristal Libraries. The installation features animatronic books that open and close in response to viewers in front of it. Neat!
So Gawker posted this video of the “unpickable” Forever Lock being picked open with a custom made bump key. Yep.
WIRED has published a lengthy article on the 8-year-journey of designing and constructing the 9/11 Museum in Lower Manhattan. The article includes some choice images by Vincent Fournier of the restricted and unfinished areas that the general public will not see when it comes time for the museum’s grand opening dedication (today) and its official opening to the […]