Harlem Roots: New Seed-Laced Artwork is a Living, Growing Tapestry

Harlem Roots: New Seed-Laced Artwork is a Living, Growing Tapestry

Brody created the paper craftwork for Harlem Roots by forming her own sheets of recycled paper. It’s a technique that’s helpful the to environment, but also allows Brody to employ…

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Prosthesis

Prosthesis "Anti-Robot" Mixes Badass Robotics with Zero-Emissions Machinery

eatART (Energy Awareness Through Art), the eclectic Vancouver-based art group that creates projects promoting energy awareness, is behind both the Alpha Leg and the larger Prosthesis.…

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CANSTRUCTION: Gravity-Defying Structures Made of Food Cans Rise in NYC

CANSTRUCTION: Gravity-Defying Structures Made of Food Cans Rise in NYC

Pour Your Heart Out by LESLIE E. ROBERTSON ASSOCIATES The 2013 NYC Canstruction exhibit is hosted by Arts Brookfield and features 26 gravity-defying sculptures made of close to…

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High Line Reveals Giant, Garden-Filled Bowl for Its Third Section

High Line Reveals Giant, Garden-Filled Bowl for Its Third Section

Overlooking West 30th St. and 10th Avenue, the Spur's bowl-shaped structure will mark the visual gateway to the Hudson Rail Yards. Draped in dense vegetation, the structure will house a…

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New Green Grade School To Open in East Village - Will Be Downtown Manhattan’s First Waldorf Inspired School

New Green Grade School To Open in East Village - Will Be Downtown Manhattan’s First Waldorf Inspired School

For New York City families with preschool-aged children, nothing strikes fear into the heart quite so much as the search for a decent school for your child, and this frantic search…

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NYC's One World Trade Center Officially Declared the Tallest Building in the U.S.

NYC's One World Trade Center Officially Declared the Tallest Building in the U.S.

It's official - One World Trade Center is now the tallest building in the United States at a symbolic height of 1,776 feet. The Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat announced on…

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4 World Trade Center: First New Building on 16-Acre WTC Site to Open Its Doors Today

4 World Trade Center: First New Building on 16-Acre WTC Site to Open Its Doors Today

Today, New York City will cut the ribbon on 4 World Trade Center, making it the very first tower at the 16-acre WTC site to open its doors. Extending 977 feet into the sky, the new…

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Citi Bike Gets Ready for Major 4,000 Bike Expansion

Citi Bike Gets Ready for Major 4,000 Bike Expansion

Expect more celebrity Citi Bike sightings as the NYC bike share program gets ready for a major expansion. According to The NY Post, the city is preparing to add 4,000 new blue bikes…

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Beautiful Harvest Dome Constructed from 450 Found Umbrellas Wins the Dwell Vision Award

Beautiful Harvest Dome Constructed from 450 Found Umbrellas Wins the Dwell Vision Award

Schachter and Levi met their $7,500 goal in March and have spent the time since rebuilding an improved Harvest Dome with a team of local interns. With the help of a barge, a tug boat,…

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DIWire Bender: Pensa Launches First Desktop CNC Wire Bending Machine at Engadget Expand

DIWire Bender: Pensa Launches First Desktop CNC Wire Bending Machine at Engadget Expand

“We are excited about creating an entirely new form of desktop manufacturing," said Marco Perry, partner at Pensa. "We believe this open all kinds of new possibilities, especially if…

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PHOTOS: 7 Great Green Gadgets Seen at Engadget Expand NY

PHOTOS: 7 Great Green Gadgets Seen at Engadget Expand NY

Prosthesis At first glance eatART’s (Energy Awareness Through Art) Prosthesis might not look like it has a single green idea behind it - but it’s actually a zero-emissions…

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NYC's Flood-Protecting Seaport City Project Selects Netherlands' Arcadis as Feasibility Consultant

NYC's Flood-Protecting Seaport City Project Selects Netherlands' Arcadis as Feasibility Consultant

It’s been a few months since former Mayor Michael Bloomberg unveiled the ambitious Seaport City plan to build a new, flood-resistant neighborhood along the lower eastern edge of…

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Leonardo DiCaprio Shows Interest in LEED-Certified Greenwich Village Duplex

Leonardo DiCaprio Shows Interest in LEED-Certified Greenwich Village Duplex

It's no secret that Leonard DiCaprio is a fan of green initiatives like Citi Bike, and now the Great Gatsby star may be extending his love for sustainability to real estate. The actor…

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Massive 3D-Modeled Sculptures Rise Over Columbus Circle (PHOTOS)

Massive 3D-Modeled Sculptures Rise Over Columbus Circle (PHOTOS)

For the exhibition, curator Ron Labaco pulled together a collection of 150 works by artists who use 3D technology in their production or design, including Rees and Dupont, who also have…

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MTA to Add Flood Barriers to Its Lower Manhattan Headquarters Building

MTA to Add Flood Barriers to Its Lower Manhattan Headquarters Building

In an effort to increase resiliency against future Hurricane Sandy-like storms, NYC's Metropolitan Transportation Authority will be fortifying its Lower Manhattan headquarters…

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Don't Miss the Empire State Building's Special Halloween LED Light Show Tonight

Don't Miss the Empire State Building's Special Halloween LED Light Show Tonight

Don't forget to take a break from trick-or-treating tonight to catch the Empire State Building's special Halloween LED light show. Tonight's event will mark the third time the Empire…

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First Portion of Santiago Calatrava-Designed World Trade Center Transportation Hub Opens to Public (PHOTOS)

First Portion of Santiago Calatrava-Designed World Trade Center Transportation Hub Opens to Public (PHOTOS)

"To enable construction of this pedestrian passageway, portions of the World Trade Center's slurry walls were removed (at this location), and portions of the Hudson River Bulkhead wall…

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Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center Walkway Opens in Lower Manhattan

Santiago Calatrava's World Trade Center Walkway Opens in Lower Manhattan

A portion of Santiago Calatrava’s $4 billion World Trade Center PATH station is now open. Starting this week, pedestrians will be able to walk through the WTC West Concourse linking…

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PHOTOS: Museum of Art and Design Presents World's First Large-Scale Exhibition on 3D-Tech Art

PHOTOS: Museum of Art and Design Presents World's First Large-Scale Exhibition on 3D-Tech Art

The Out of Hand collection includes revolutionary pieces by design and art masters such as Ron Arad, Barry X Ball, Zaha Hadid, Stephen Jones and Anish Kapoor that date back to the…

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BLACKBODY Opens World's First OLED Showroom in New York City (PHOTOS)

BLACKBODY Opens World's First OLED Showroom in New York City (PHOTOS)

In case you were wondering, the company derives its name from the scientific term "black body," which refers to an idealized physical body that absorbs all incident electromagnetic…

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Rising Waters: Museum of the City of New York’s Powerful Hurricane Sandy Photo Exhibit Opens on One Year Anniversary

Rising Waters: Museum of the City of New York’s Powerful Hurricane Sandy Photo Exhibit Opens on One Year Anniversary

Rising Waters is a first-hand account of what New Yorkers went through when Sandy hit just one year ago. Visitors will take a journey through the superstorm by traveling through six…

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Starbucks Bets on Tea, Opens Teavana Tea Bar in New York City

Starbucks Bets on Tea, Opens Teavana Tea Bar in New York City

The charcoal effect of the store's wood was achieved right in NYC, and Liz Muller, Director of Starbucks' global concept design even helped out in the process herself. Starbucks,…

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Inflato Classroom in a Dumpster Could Be Coming to NYC with NYCDUB Kickstarter Funding

Inflato Classroom in a Dumpster Could Be Coming to NYC with NYCDUB Kickstarter Funding

If funded, the dumpster learning center will inform and educate New Yorkers about their neighborhoods. For starters, the inflatable roof could be used as a projector screen to show…

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After Decades of Construction, Mayor Bloomberg Opens NYC Water Tunnel No. 3 Underneath Manhattan

After Decades of Construction, Mayor Bloomberg Opens NYC Water Tunnel No. 3 Underneath Manhattan

Did you know that construction on a massive water tunnel has been going on beneath the city since 1969? Mayor Bloomberg announced the completion of the Manhattan portion of the…

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Super-Skinny Skyscraper Taller Than the Empire State Building Gets Approval for Midtown NYC

Super-Skinny Skyscraper Taller Than the Empire State Building Gets Approval for Midtown NYC

It’s skinny, it's taller than the Empire State Building and it’s coming to Midtown. SHoP Architects’ super-slim, 1,350-foot-tall tower just got the “ok, you can build…

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