"It's not that I'm disappointed in New York, not at all. I love walking Manhattan's grid system, but now that I've seen Armelle Caron's bottom-up version of Istanbul, all those crooked, lopsided, curvaceous streets, going off in so many directions, I can't help wondering, what would it be like to wander there? Would I be constantly lost? Would every turn be an adventure? Suddenly I can't help it. I want to go." via Brooklyn Foundry
New York City is a bustling hub of creativity — except when it comes to the regular, geometric design of its city blocks. An artist's project deconstructs the design of several major cities, examining the sum of their many unique (or boring) parts.