Adorned, almost as if by a brushstroke, the art of the Smallpox Hospital, joins nature and design.
By David Stone
When James Renwick designed his second building on Blackwell’s Island, it’s unlikely that he foresaw a future where resilient nature would adorn it this way.
At the height of spring, rich green tones warmly accent the historic site.
Note: fans of the Smallpox hospital can now get a rare look inside here.
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