Vibrant Gateway Planned for Lincoln Center Campus
The redesign of Harmony Atrium at Lincoln Center is the subject of a July 17, 2008 New York Times piece by Robin Pogrebin. The Trust provided $100,000 toward architectural fees to transform this underused area into a public gathering place with a discount ticket counter.
..."Describing it as a 'front porch' for Lincoln Center, the architects Tod Williams and Billie Tsien have redesigned Harmony Atrium between West 62nd and 63rd Streets as a “theatrical garden” featuring 20-foot-high walls of plants and rods of falling water.
The goal is to transform the space, now an underused pass-through from Broadway to Columbus Avenue, into a 7,000-square-foot round-the-clock gathering place and a gateway to Lincoln Center’s performing arts campus."...
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