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Proposed Red Line Park Could Be Cleveland’s Answer to The High Line

Proposed Red Line Park Could Be Cleveland’s Answer to The High Line

The recent trend to reinvent these old railways is part of a broader re-urbanization trend that is taking place across the United States. As people return to cities, new parks are needed to promote

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Zaha Hadid’s First NYC Building Planned for Site Along the High Line

Zaha Hadid’s First NYC Building Planned for Site Along the High Line

Rendering courtesy of Related Companies Zaha Hadid is the latest celebrity architect to design a building along NYC's famous High Line park. The luxury condo at 520 West 28th Street in Chelsea will be

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Designs Unveiled for Section 3 of the High Line!

Designs Unveiled for Section 3 of the High Line!

Initial design plans have been revealed for the third and final section of everyone's favorite elevated park, New York City's High Line! At a community meeting last night, Friends of the High Line

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Roller Rink Coming to The Lot at the High Line!

Roller Rink Coming to The Lot at the High Line!

Just when we thought the High Line couldn't get any cooler, NYC's Friends of the High Line have just revealed that The Lot at 30th Street will soon be host to an old school roller rink! Designed by

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PHOTOS: Rainbow City Transforms a Lot at the High Line into a Crazy Blow Up Wonderland

PHOTOS: Rainbow City Transforms a Lot at the High Line into a Crazy Blow Up Wonderland

Visitors to the High Line this week might think they're on shrooms when bombarded with these colorful blow up mushrooms, lollipops and snowmen, but we promise you that isn't the case (at least for most

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Links Roundup of the Week: The High Line

Links Roundup of the Week: The High Line

The High Line opened this week!! The Inhabitat team was lucky enough to gather together to see it this week on Monday, and we loved it! It's green, it's public space -- and visitors feel like they are

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The High Line Park Opens!

The High Line Park Opens!

The High Line was originally constructed in the 1930s, to lift dangerous freight trains off Manhattan's streets. Section 1 of the High Line will soon open as a public park, owned by the City of New York

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Explore 6 High Line-Inspired Copy Cats Changing Cities Across the Globe

Explore 6 High Line-Inspired Copy Cats Changing Cities Across the Globe

  Philadelphia's Reading Viaduct Project Post-industrial Philadelphia wants to do away with their "under-parked" image starting with the "Philadelphia Rail Park; a three-mile-long abandoned

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INTERVIEW: Architect James Corner On NYC’s High Line Park

INTERVIEW: Architect James Corner On NYC’s High Line Park

NYC’s High Line is a project that exemplifies effective adaptive urban re-use in a city that is littered with structures and spaces that have since reached the end of their useful life. By turning an

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Could BIG’s “Big U” Proposal Protect New York City From the Next Hurricane Sandy?

Could BIG’s “Big U” Proposal Protect New York City From the Next Hurricane Sandy?

BIG U: A Day in the Life from Rebuild by Design on Vimeo. "The Big U is an example of what we call Social Infrastructure," said Bjarke Ingels, BIG's Founding Partner. "The High Line shows how a

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VIDEO: High Line Section Two Opens in NYC!

VIDEO: High Line Section Two Opens in NYC!

Section two of New York City's High Line Park opened a couple of years ago to great acclaim, and Team Inhabitat were among the first to catch a glimpse of this amazing new green space! The High Line is a

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VIDEO: Inhabitat Interviews the Designers of the LowLine Underground Park

VIDEO: Inhabitat Interviews the Designers of the LowLine Underground Park

By now, you've probably heard of the High Line, but did you know that there is also an underground park called the LowLine proposed for downtown Manhattan? It may have seemed like a pipe dream at first

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Zaha Hadid Unveils Plans for “City of Dreams” Hotel Tower in Macau

Zaha Hadid Unveils Plans for “City of Dreams” Hotel Tower in Macau

Lawrence Ho, Co-Chairman and CEO of Melco Crown Entertainment, described the new hotel tower as a "key milestone" and "iconic landmark for Cotai and Macau." Created with Hadid's signature curves, the

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High Line Park’s Final Section Will Pay Homage to Its Wild Roots

High Line Park’s Final Section Will Pay Homage to Its Wild Roots

While we enjoy the manicured look of the High Line's first two sections, we're definitely looking forward to seeing the more natural aesthetic of the elevated park's final portion. Called the High Line at

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10 Landscape Design Projects That Turn Damaged and Neglected Spaces Into Healthy, Beautiful Environments

10 Landscape Design Projects That Turn Damaged and Neglected Spaces Into Healthy, Beautiful Environments

The High Line Park in NYC. Photo by Jill Fehrenbacher for Inhabitat Landscape architects frequently work to transform areas that contain industrial and toxic waste, infrastructure no longer in use, or

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INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Talks Resilient Design with J Mays, VP of Global Design and Chief Creative Officer at Ford Motors

INTERVIEW: Inhabitat Talks Resilient Design with J Mays, VP of Global Design and Chief Creative Officer at Ford Motors

Few designers get the opportunity to define a brand as prominent as Ford, but for the last 16 years, J Mays has been the driving design force behind the vehicles coming off the car company's production

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10 Must-See Design Destinations Around The World

10 Must-See Design Destinations Around The World

If you're daydreaming about your next vacation, and looking for something a little off the beaten path, why not consider embarking on a global design tour? The world is full of inspiring destinations for

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Chicago Set to Break Ground on 13-Acre Elevated Sky Park This Year!

Chicago Set to Break Ground on 13-Acre Elevated Sky Park This Year!

As the design process for the Bloomingdale Trail and Park nears completion, several important details distinguish Chicago's new elevated park from the High Line. Whereas cycling is not permitted in the

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Beautiful Tapestry of Tin and Mirrors Appears on NYC’s High Line

Beautiful Tapestry of Tin and Mirrors Appears on NYC’s High Line

Ghanian artist El Anatsui recently brought his distinctive style to New York's High Line park with a striking tapestry of tin and mirrors that seems to shatter the side of the building it adorns. Called

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The Victorian Station Project Proposes a Green Park Renovation of an Aged London Train Station

The Victorian Station Project Proposes a Green Park Renovation of an Aged London Train Station

Nelly Fuentes and Ian M. Ellis proposed a lush green renovation of London's antiquated Victoria Station for London's recent Green Infrastructure Ideas Competition. Hosted by the Garden Museum, the

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Students Design a High Line-Style Park for Philadelphia’s Abandoned Reading Railroad

Students Design a High Line-Style Park for Philadelphia’s Abandoned Reading Railroad

The exhibition, called “Above, Below, Beyond: Futures for a Former Railroad”, was conceived by the students as a way to bring the abandoned railroad into conversation, hopefully inciting interest -

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Underground Mushroom Tunnel Wins London’s High Line-Inspired Green Design Competition

Underground Mushroom Tunnel Wins London’s High Line-Inspired Green Design Competition

The competition was hosted by The Landscape Institute, the Mayor of London and the Garden Museum, and judged by a panel of experts that included the founders of the High Line. Over 170 designs were

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HAPPY EARTH DAY!  What Are You Doing for Earth Day 2012?

HAPPY EARTH DAY! What Are You Doing for Earth Day 2012?

Happy Earth Day 2012! Here at Inhabitat we like to treat every day like Earth Day - but that doesn't mean we're not going to give Mother Earth a little extra attention on April 22nd. The Inhabitat

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Philadelphia Unveils Their Own Elevated Rail Park for the Abandoned Reading Viaduct

Philadelphia Unveils Their Own Elevated Rail Park for the Abandoned Reading Viaduct

Planning for the Reading Viaduct park began in 2010 when the Center City District commissioned an environmental and feasibility analysis of the Viaduct to determine its fate. The study revealed that it

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The Best 6 Places to See Spring Bloom in NYC

The Best 6 Places to See Spring Bloom in NYC

Today is the official first day of spring, but the season's first buds and blossoms have been popping up all over New York City for weeks. From the cherry trees in the Brooklyn Botanical Garden to the

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Announcing the Winners of Inhabitat’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards!

Announcing the Winners of Inhabitat’s 2011 Readers’ Choice Awards!

AND THE READERS HAVE SPOKEN! For the last two weeks, Inhabitat readers have been weighing in and voting on their favorite green stories of 2011. From a high tech beehive designed for city dwellers to a

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PHOTOS: Incredible Edible Sushi High Line Replica is Made of Mashed Potatoes!

PHOTOS: Incredible Edible Sushi High Line Replica is Made of Mashed Potatoes!

Want to see just how we made this magnificent miniature creation? Head over to our NYC site for the delicious deets! SEE HOW TO MAKE IT YOURSELF > STEP 1: This is probably the most important step

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Happy Thanksgiving 2011 from Inhabitat!

Happy Thanksgiving 2011 from Inhabitat!

Happy Thanksgiving! Can you believe that another Thanksgiving is here at last? As we pause to reflect upon the past year in green design it's clear that we have a lot to be thankful for - we've seen

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Underground ‘Low Line’ Park Planned For New York City’s Lower East Side

Underground ‘Low Line’ Park Planned For New York City’s Lower East Side

When it opened in 2009, New York City's High Line, an elevated train track that was converted into a park, instantly became one of the most celebrated modern parks in the world. So it should come as

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27 Sol LeWitt Sculptures Enliven New York’s City Hall Park

27 Sol LeWitt Sculptures Enliven New York’s City Hall Park

With world-famous parks like the High Line and Central Park, smaller green spaces in New York City often get overlooked. But this summer, the small City Hall Park at the foot of the Brooklyn Bridge has

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