Relatives Now Allowed to Visit Mass Graves on Hart Island; How the Lowline Will Capture Sunlight

Posted On Thu, July 9, 2015 By

Posted On Thu, July 9, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Hart Island, the largest tax-funded cemetery in the world, which holds over one million unclaimed bodies, will now allow relatives to visit graves. [NYT]
  • Chatting with the owners of 121 Charles Street, who moved their little country home in 1967 from Yorkville all the way to Greenwich Village, where it remains today. [Off the Grid]
  • Here’s the details on how the Lowline, NYC’s first underground park, will let sunlight in. [Fast Co. Design]
  • Mixing New York and Paris in old photographs. [Fubiz]
  • Puphaus is a an architecturally inspired dog house created by two Atlanta designers. [Contemporist]

Images: Burial sites on Hart Island via Melinda Hunt/Hart Island Project (L); The Lowline (R)

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