The GOOD 100: The High Line The GOOD 100: The High Line
The GOOD 100: The High Line
Get High DowntownYou've probably heard of it. New York City's newest park received enormous attention for years before it even opened. Boasting a coterie of celebrity backers, the converted elevated rail line became one of the most celebrated and anticipated public projects in recent memory. Now the park, brilliantly designed by James Corner Field Operations, with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, is open, and it is everything that was promised and more. The interaction with the city and the transformation of blighted infrastructure into beautiful park is an impressive accomplishment. So now the gauntlet has been thrown down: What city is going to one-up New York?
The Newest Yoga Mat is Made from the Strangest Source: Algae Once derided as simple pond scum, algae is poised to become the newest source of sustainable foam products.
New Comic Book Celebrates Diversity and Superhero Single Moms Raising Dion features a young superhero boy and his equally heroic single mom.
Celebration and Politics, 10 Years After the Storm Writer and filmmaker Lolis Eric Elie on treacherous policy and the trials of preservation
This Shelter Assembles in Just One Hour—and Could House Disaster Victims for Four Months A Turkish design firm creates a compact home for victims of floods, earthquakes, and other natural disasters.
How New Orleans’ Health Clinic for Musicians Survived the Storm The local healthcare provider weathered Hurricane Katrina, one of the worst natural disasters in U.S. history.
A Team of South African Scientists May Have Just Bested Google in the Race for Cost Effective Solar Energy Researchers from Stellenbosch University are about to unveil a revolutionary model for affordable, transportable, concentrated solar power.
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