Recently, artist Tom Fruin installed a watertower made of plexiglas salvaged from various New York building sites on a rooftop in DUMBO. Maintaining the proportions of the city's 10,000 old watertowers, the work is even visible from lower Manhattan. The exhibition opens on Thursday.
In other news, check out Sweden's treehouse hotel and some deep-fried iGadgets. See the headlines after the jump.
• Reclaiming the Water Tower as Public Art | Architizer
• Enjoy a BIrd's Eye View in One of the Amazing Rooms at Sweden's Treehotel | CasaSugar
• This Is What The iPad Looks Like When Deep-Fried | Co.Design
(Image: via Architizer)