in the Public Realm
High Line

Piet Oudolf
Public Art Review
Landscape Architect
Field Operations
  • Constructed, 2009
  • International Award for Public Art Finalist 2013
  • Built by Women 2015
High Line Park - Carol Berens
The High Line, in collaboration with James Corner Field Operations and Piet Oudolf, is a new 1.5-mile long public park built on an abandoned elevated railroad stretching from the Meatpacking District to the Hudson Rail Yards in Manhattan. Inspired by the melancholic, unruly beauty of this postindustrial ruin, where nature has reclaimed a once vital piece of urban infrastructure, the new park interprets its inheritance. It translates the biodiversity that took root after it fell into ruin in a st...
Diller Scofidio + Renfro
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New York, NY 10011
United States

The first phase of the park extends from West 12th Street to 22nd Street between 10th & 11th Avenue. Subsequent phases will extend the length of the elevated rail till 32nd Street.
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