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News - 04.17.17

Spring Street Salt Shed in The Wall Street Journal

Dattner Architects’ Spring Street Salt Shed was featured in a recent article by The Wall Street Journal. Utility and civic architecture has traditionally been unattractive and uninspiring. However, a new generation of public architecture projects are being designed “to weave infrastructure into cities’ social fabric.” As Architects of many of these public infrastructure projects, we are becoming more creative not only in our designs, but also in the way we thoughtfully integrate these projects into public spaces and neighborhoods without losing the practicality of these facilities. The Salt Shed, widely acclaimed for enhancing the Hudson Square neighborhood, was one of four projects singled out by the WSJ for contributing to a “better public realm experience through their design.”

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