Daily Link Fix: A Lamp That Changes Color to Match Its Surroundings; 35 NYC Parks to Get Upgrades

Posted On Tue, October 7, 2014 By

Posted On Tue, October 7, 2014 By In Daily Link Fix

  • During the first ever Madison Avenue Fashion Heritage Week, 16 stores along the world-famous shopping corridor will turn their storefronts into displays about their brand’s history, reports Racked NY.
  • Feeling blue? Pink? Yellow? Whatever color you’re in the mood for, the colorup table lamp by PEGA D&E can match it. Designboom explains that the fixture mimics the hues of anything around you.
  • Exciting news from the New York Times…the city will spend $130 million to renovate 35 public parks and playgrounds in low-income neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs.
  • Bowery Boogie notices that the East Village’s iconic Alamo Cube has been barricaded off for the Astor Place redesign construction.
  • Calling all Downton Abbey fans…a lighting collection inspired by the popular series is coming. More on Home Accents Today.

Photos: colorup via PEGA D&E (L); Ranaqua Park in the South Bronx, one of the 35 that will receive funding, via NYC Department of Parks & Recreation

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