Studio Museum in Harlem Reveals New 125th Street Building; Remembering Coney Island’s Elephant Hotel

Posted On Mon, July 6, 2015 By

Posted On Mon, July 6, 2015 By In Daily Link Fix

  • ShelfPack is a genius suitcase that pulls out into a series of collapsible shelves, which means you never have to actually unpack. [Travel + Leisure]
  • The Studio Museum in Harlem reveals renderings for its new $122 million David Adjaye-designed building on 125th Street. [NYT]
  • Check out the New York Hall of Science’s renovated Great Hall, designed to feel like deep space. [Arch Daily]
  • Remembering the gaudy elephant hotel of 1880s Coney Island, a 200-foot structure with a gilded howdah observatory. [Ephemeral NY]
  • This little sensor slipped under your mattress creates a smart bed that can find your body’s natural sleep cycle. [designboom]

Images: Rendering of the new Studio Museum in Harlem building via Adjaye Associates (L); Elephant Hotel via (R)

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