Above: hMa's diagram showing their strategy for master planning parks, green spaces, and buildings at Battery Park City's North Neighborhood.
Above: hMa's 3-D rendered study, showing the glass wall at DWi-P, hMa's Community Center, scheduled to open, June 15th, 2013. The glass wall has green landscape, and trees, on both sides, blurring the edge between landscape/ building.
Above: hMa's rendering of the Green Roof of their building, Digital Water i-Pavilion, at Battery Park City's North Neighborhood. The building is scheduled to receive a Platinum LEED certification.
Above: the Irish Hunger Memorial, designed by Brooklyn artist Brian Tolle. Looking West toward the Hudson River.
Above: the solar panel supports above the Dog Park, on West End Avenue, in Battery Park City's North Neighborhood.
Above: hMa's early study for a new kind of open fabric building, merging landscape, outdoor plaza, and street with the Hudson River.
Above: hMa's collaboration with sound artist Michael Schumacher created an ambient sound aesthetic that supports their building, and the landscape, with sound urbanism.
Above: a vision of upstate New York for Teardrop Park brings greenery, and a sense of displacement between the city and the urban environment: woven fabric.
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