To get lost in the middle of New York ex -industrial area, on an elevated railroad stretching from the Meatpacking District to the Hudson Rail Yards in Manhattan, to explore the diverse vertical architecture that opens up with each block while you are surelevated from the busy avenues and while you are surrounded by the beautiful biodiversity of a programmation.
The promenade has initiated more than 30 new projects in the nearby neighborhood
Brancusi, the master
"Work like a slave; command like a king; create like a god."
Forms follow function, at it finest !
“I can think of several more desirable places in the world to build his great museum,” Wright wrote in 1949, “but we will have to try New York.”