On the High Line: Exploring America's Most Original Urban Park
By Annik LaFarge and Rick Darke
The first illustrated guide to the High Line, the elevated park that has transformed an entire neighborhood of New York City.
Thirty feet in the air, rebuilt and planted on one-and-a-half miles of abandoned, elevated railroad track snaking through Manhattan's West Side, the High Line park in NYC has turned the dream of escape offered by most urban parks inside out.
The High Line invites you deeper into the city than you've ever been before. Its stunning gardens wend between warehouses and apartment buildings, through one of the world's most vibrant contemporary art districts, transforming the neighborhood and reawakening the senses of the millions of visitors it attracts every year. 218 pp. Paperback. Thames & Hudson, 2012.
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