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A ton of plywood, a willing patron and an innovative architecture professor have joined forces to create what arguably might be New York's most beautiful sidewalk. Lower Manhattan architect Richard Garber, an assistant professor in the New Jersey School of Architecture at NJIT, took first place last month in a competition to design, develop and build a visually pleasing and utilitarian construction site walkway. >>
A ton of plywood, a willing patron and an innovative architecture professor have joined forces to create what arguably might be New York's most beautiful sidewalk.  Lower Manhattan architect Richard Garber, an assistant professor in the New Jersey School of Architecture at NJIT, took first place last month in a competition to design, develop and build a visually pleasing and utilitarian construction site walkway.  >>