Dome Made From Discarded Umbrellas Pops Up in Harlem

Dome Made From Discarded Umbrellas Pops Up in Harlem

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Tara Bellucci
Aug 8, 2013

The Harlem River inlet at Inwood Hill Park has had a bubble pop up. Designed by Amanda Schachter and Alexander Levi, the Harvest Dome is constructed from 450 discarded umbrellas and floats on top of 128 2-liter soda bottles, which were sourced from New York City's streets and trash cans. The duo call it a "physical revelation of the city’s accumulated water-borne debris."

In other news, Yahoo goes through 30 days of logo tweaks, and Facebook displays trending topics. See the headlines after the jump.

• A Bubbly Dome Floating On The Harlem River Shows The Afterlife Of A NYC Umbrella | Architizer
• Yahoo Ditches Its Hokey '90s-Era Logo | Co.Design
• The Twitterization Of Facebook Continues With Trending Topics | Fast Company

(Image: Andreas Symietz)

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