High Line in New York
Text: Peter Popp
An animated film shows the design features of the High Line. DETAIL.de presents the film as a foretaste of the corresponding report in DETAIL English Edition 6/2009.
This summer an 800-metre segment of the High Line opened to the public. The elevated railway once bore freight traffic on Manhattan’s southwest edge, but had been derelict since 1980.
Architects: Diller Scofidio + Renfro, New York
Landscape architects: James Corner Field Operations, New York
Directed and produced by: Brooklyn Digital Foundry
Soundless; Runtime: 4 min.
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