Adult Ball Pit Coming to Soho; Time-Lapse Video Shows Street Art Installation of Five-Story Ballerina

Posted On Fri, August 7, 2015 By

Posted On Fri, August 7, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

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  • A British creative agency is bringing an 81,000-ball pit for adults to Soho. You can make a reservation for a 30-minute session. [Gothamist]
  • The MTA says subway stations where trash cans were removed saw a 66 percent decline in the number of garbage bags hauled out. [NYDN]
  • A new poll found that only 33 percent of New Yorkers feel their quality of life is “good” or “very good,” a record low. [WSJ]
  • Famed French street artist JR has just installed a giant ballerina image on a Tribeca building. It was inspired by his work on the film Les Bosquet, a collaboration with the New York City Ballet. [6sqft inbox]
  • Starchitect Renzo Piano is taking on an unusual project–redefining the suburban shopping mall. [Tech Insider]
  • Check out the new NYC showroom for Danish design firm Vipp. [Wallpaper]
  • Did Jane Jacobs fail understand the suburbs and see that gentrification would make cities unaffordable? [Daily Beast]


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