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Breaking the Manhattan Grid

The Manhattan grid controls Washington Heights both economically and politically. This project aims at finding a way to break the grid by bringing water from the periphery to the center of Manhattan. It introduces a roof garden on new infrastructure that provides opportunities for more movement beyond the grid.
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