Most people love New York's new abandoned railway-turned-elevated park, The High Line. But not everyone loves being so close to the very public space. NYC gallerist, Marianne Boesky, lives 5-feet away from it. So, rather separating her green space from NYC's newest green space with an ugly fence, she and her landscape designer devised a much lovelier solution...
Landscape designer Paula Hayes designed Marianne's outdoor space and installed a 16-foot long driftwood fence to provide some privacy from the High Line traffic. According to Boesky, "We wanted a really earthy, natural setting to serve as a foil for the cement grid of Chelsea." The solution is stunning.
For more images of Boesky's space, including her beautiful flower lined rooftop terrace, read the full article at New York Magazine.
(Image: Nikolas Koenig)