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Accessibility at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

Weiss/Manfredi is celebrating the early success of the Robert W. Wilson Overlook at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, where their winding pathway on a previously scaffolded hill has made an essential public space in Brooklyn more accessible to the community. Architectural Digest profiled the project, and posits that the pathway "[makes] it possible for wheelchairs and strollers to bypass the monumental stairway that has dominated this part of the garden for most of its history." You can read the full story here.

March 17, 2021

"This Innovative Design Brings Accessibility to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden"

by Fred Bernstein

Photography by Barrett Doherty