Bone/Levine Architects worked in collaboration with contemporary artist Truman Lowe to develop this project. Titled Approaching Silence, for a park site below the Manhattan Bridge, focused on sound through sculptural interaction. Approaching Silence offers a lens to recognize and understand noise pollution, an often overlooked but pervasive source of urban environmental stress. A team of talent in art, acoustics, engineering and technology collaborated in advancing this project. 

Truman Lowe, artist with design team Bone/Levine Architects, Ove Arup Engineers, Camber Studio, and SkyDog Projects.

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