Adapting NYC to sea level rise, now at MoMA
Rising Currents: Projects for New York’s Waterfront opens today at the MoMA. The exhibit features architectural proposals transforming New York City’s harbor and coastline in response to sea level rise. Last fall’s architects-in-residence program at P.S.1 brought together five interdisciplinary teams to produce plans, models, drawings and analytical models that now make up the show.
Urban Omnibus offers an in-depth preview and primer on project focal points: industrial development that creates new marine habitat on the Kill Van Kull; oyster reef restoration on the Gowanus Bay and Buttermilk Channel; a partially submerged residential development in the Narrows; park expansion onto piers at Liberty State Park; carefully stratefied tower construction at the southern tip of Manhattan.
The show runs through October 11th.
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