Deborah Berke unveils a green-roofed tower and park for Cummins Indianapolis

(Deborah Berke Partners & RATIO Architects)

(Deborah Berke Partners & RATIO Architects)

The redevelopment of Indianapolis‘ Market Square area continues with the announcement that Deborah Berke Partners of New York City will work with locally based RATIO Architects on a 10-story office tower and “significant public green space” to replace a surface parking lot.

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Loopy Alternative for New York’s Organic Waste

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(Courtesy PRESENT Architecture)

For as long as societies have produced trash, they has sought to jettison said trash into whatever water is most convenient, polluting lakes, creeks, and rivers along the way. PRESENT Architecture wants to harness this impulse in order to construct Green Loop, a series of composting islands along the coasts of Manhattan and the city’s other boroughs. Each topped by a public park, the floating facilities would offer a more productive and cost-effective means of processing the city’s large quantities of organic waste.

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