The High Line in Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA; designed by landscape designers James Corner Field Operations and architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro; photographed by Iwan Baan

The winning proposal for a competition in 2004, the design is a redevelopment of an abandoned, elevated freight-railway that spans 22 blocks through the west side of Manhattan.

(Source: dezeen.com)

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Posted on Friday, 27 January
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  4. thefeministpersuasion reblogged this from archi-tecture and added:
    The High Line is a renovated elevated freight-railway strip covering 22 blocks in New York City. It is now used as a...
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    NYC’s high line park seems so pretty in pictures. I havent visited it yet during the times i have been to NYC, since...
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    I love this so much.
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    where I was yesterday!!
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    One day I will design something like this :)
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    The High Line. So many memories in this park.
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