Gallery: PHOTOS: The Wild Project Theater Sets the Stage With Green Roo...

©Leonel Lima Ponce for Inhabitat
In a city of big productions and major developments, it's easy to forget that the carbon footprint battle can often be won through the courageous endeavors of small green businesses that put their livelihoods on the line for the sake of the greater good. The Wild Project, a community theater group in Manhattan's East Village, teamed up with green roof experts Alive Structures and architects Thread Collective to create a small arts space that preserves the history of its building and community while advancing the concepts of modern sustainable design. Inhabitat had the pleasure of taking a tour of this trailblazing space from Alive's Marni Majorelle, and we caught a glimpse of an important act in the development of sustainable architecture in New York City -- and an exquisite space inside and out!

Read the rest of this entry »


or your inhabitat account below

1 Comment

  1. JC June 14, 2011 at 11:23 am

    Awesome roof, very interesting to see the before and after pictures as well.