http://www.citylab.com/design/2016/10/say-hello-to-americas-longest-rails-with-trails-bridge/504698/ Pretty cool project from Memphis. Just another example of old rail infrastructure being adapted for the 21st century.

Here is the park in NYC that reminded me of our flood/jeans/ancestors memorial

Lights and forest sounds of birds chirping and a rain shower are being added to a huge $4.1 million art installation at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport that aims to simulate a walk through a forest. The installation fills a 450-foot long underground walkway between Concourses A and B at the world’s busiest airport. It includes a […]

Light sculpture at Chicago O’hare International Airport: “The Sky’s The Limit” is a 744-foot-long kinetic neon sculpture of light and sound designed by Michael Hayden. It is located in the underground walkway between Concourses B and C in Terminal 1. http://www.flychicago.com/ohare/EN/AtAirport/Facilities/AirportArt/Pages/default.aspx

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http://www.corning.com/worldwide/en/innovation/the-glass-age.html A Day Made of Glass (2011) A Day Made of Glass (2012) https://www.corning.com/worldwide/en/innovation/a-day-made-of-glass.html  

The following items are from my presented project ideas: Study Spot/Study Group App Use GPS data to create heatmap of a building. The app can suggest buildings near you with available study locations. When studying, you can place a tag down on the map indicating what class you’re studying for. Users can locate you and […]

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