Institute of Measurement
Spring 2011 | Professor Nana Last
Built at the northernmost end of the Highline in New York City, the Institute for the Disambiguation of Measurement is meant to be both an educational center and sculptural landmark. Its distinctive sloping roof allows for easy pedestrian access to the Highline, while the interior's curved walls create dynamic and interesting spaces. The Institute's interior is designed to gradually reveal new spaces to visitors as they explore the building.