Ideation, Design and Planning of Kiosk & Illustration of Large Scale Map of Lower Manhattan
Installed at the reopening of the Port Authority’s PATH Station in November 2003, the kiosk at World Trade Center functioned as an important information and neighborhood center for more than 10,000 tourists that visited the 9/11 site monthly in the subsequent decade.  It also provided a display platform for LMDC’s on-going revitalization mission for Lower Manhattan to “renew, remember, and rebuild.” 
Ink and Pixel for Tracy Turner Design, Shelter Express Group, and Lower Manhattan Development Corporation
View of the kiosk outside the temporary PATH station entrance 
Early concept plan and elevation sketch

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