World’s first underground Park breaks ground in NYC
When you think of the subterranean levels of NYC, you may think subways and grimy rodent ridden underground tunnels. You most certainly do not think of lush earth-smelling gardens — but, an architect from the New York–based Raad Studio, wants to change that thought perception.
Ramsey created the Lowline lab, located in the Lower-east side in Manhattan (or at least below it), to demonstrate to people the potential to grow life in unusual locations. He explains to Architect Digest,
“It’s not just an underground park […] We are working toward creating a new branch of horticulture.