Parsons Students Put Interpretive Display on Promenade
Returning from his cross-Brooklyn Bridge walk this morning, your correspondent noticed something new on the fence bordering the Promenade between Orange and Pineapple streets. It was a series of panels, on one side of each showing a portion of the lower Manhattan skyline as seen from the Promenade (see photo above) with helpful labels showing the names and principal occupants of the buildings. Turn the panels around, however, and you get a different view. (Photo and more text after the jump.)
The reverse of the panels shows Brooklyn Heights along the length of the Promenade, with labels identifying the streets and prominent buildings. This display was made by two Parsons graphics technology students, one from Los Angeles and one from Chile, but both now resident in Brooklyn.
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