The Lowline is a plan to use innovative solar technology to illuminate
an historic underground trolley terminal on the Lower East Side of
New York City. The vision is a stunning underground park, providing
a beautiful respite and a cultural attraction in one of the world's most
dense, exciting urban environments.
From the practical to the fantastical, you won't believe what the Lowline
Young Designers have cooked up.
Join us on Sunday, March 22nd from 12 - 6pm for the free & open to the
public exhibition called Shaping the Lowline, an interactive exhibit
featuring the creative work of the Lowline Young Designers and your
chance to tell us your ideas for the future Lowline.
The Lowline has some exciting plans for the future, and they aren't
as far off as you might think. Stop in for sneak peek and enjoy free
bites andwarm drinks care of Whole Foods Market and Lost Weekend!
On display through March 29th. Mark Miller Gallery is located at
92 Orchard Street between Delancey & Broome Streetin the heart
of the Hip, Happening and Historic Lower East Side!