Harvest Dome 2.0

Harvest Dome 2.0 is a giant diaphanous orb for the New York City waterways. A 24ft diameter cupola we designed and constructed from over 450 umbrellas frames, and made buoyant with a ring of 128 empty two-liter soda bottles, Harvest Dome transforms the eight-pointed steel frame, a quintessential piece of urban detritus, into the transcendent form of an architectural dome for the water, to float alongside and bring attention to the tidal salt-marshes of the City.

Location:

New York City: Inwood HIll Park Inlet, Governor's Island, Gowanus Canal

 

Year Completed:

2013

 

Awards:

Winner, 2014 AIANY Design Award

Winner, 2013 Dwell Vision Award

 

Partners and Supporters: 

NYC Department of Parks and Recreation

City of New York

Brooklyn Navy Yards

NYC Fire Department Marine Operations

The Architectural League

Gowanus Canal Conservancy

Lower Manhattan Cultural Counci,

Brooklyn Roasting Company

all of our Kickstarter supporters.

 

Team: 

Amanda Schachter & Alexander Levi; Sharif Anous, Jee Hyung Park, Nate Long, Hande Oney, Therese Diede, Gerard Joyas, Billy Rohan, Chris Maldonado, Arthur Shmulevsky, Rachel Mulder, and Eiji Jimbo