As the story goes, there’s a famous job interview question first used by Microsoft: “Why are manhole covers round?” Our
Smökers, an ephemeral pop-up project by Mark Reigelman, replaces the orange and white steam chimneys on NYC's streets with cute wooden cabins.
The New York Times has released a video series making the complications surrounding NYC's infrastructure more accessible to the public in 5 short installations.
The NYT's "Living City: A City Shaped by Steam" video is 4th of a series of six mini-documentaries that make issues of infrastructure interesting and accessible.
These orange and white-striped vents that let out steam are a familiar sight in parts of Manhattan. But what do they do exactly?