Project Authors: Christopher Soto, Karina Fernandez-Saito, Nathanaens Estervil, Kai Wen Chen, Anna Belenko
With buildings towering over New York City streets and filling up space everywhere you turn, we’ve realized there is a lack of greenery and life. Through our Macaulay seminar, we visited several attractions, such as the High Line, the Whitney Museum, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music (also known as BAM).
However, these places have one thing in common: their dependence on wealth. In this presentation, our group will discuss how sustainability and architecture play a role in creating and improving the future of New York City with a showcase of architectural and artistic examples from our trips.