Relieve Yourself on a Gold Toilet at the Guggenheim; New York’s Coffee Evolution

Posted On Wed, April 20, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, April 20, 2016 By In Daily Link Fix

  • Breaking down the $4 billion price tag of the World Trade Center Transportation Hub. [TRD]
  • The city’s new LED streetlights are “robbing nighttime of its romance.” [NY Mag]
  • Famed artist Maurizio Cattelan announced his retirement in 2011, but now he’s back with a new sculpture — a solid-gold toilet that will be installed for actual use at the Guggenheim. [NYT]
  • This smart umbrella will tell you when it’s about to start raining. [Inhabitat]
  • As coffee competition grows fierce in NYC, cafes are turning to farm-to-table brews to stand out. [WSJ]

Maurizio Cattelan, America (2016), Courtesy of the Guggenheim Museum



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