New York, NY
Fabricating a contemporary wilderness for the contemporary metropolis... planting 30 acres of nature with New York’s HI-LO LINE. Root depth is created on the HI-LO LINE by lifted tree boxes into the air, forming the structure for the forest floor below; this split section overlaps and changes with topography and habitat, allowing for the separation of hikers and bicyclists... below the HI-LO LINE, streets are populated by cabin-like public rooms with access via platform lifts and 1:20 ramps. © 2003 NOA: Andrew Heid. Awarded the Designing The Highline Wildflower Award.
Status: Competition Entry
Location: New York, NY, US
My Role: Architect
Additional Credits: © 2003 NOA: Andrew Heid. Awarded the Designing The Highline Wildflower Award.