The Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape

As part of a 1.4 million dollar donation to the Central Park Conservancy from financier Henry Kravis, the Restoration of the Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape provided new pedestrian paths, planting, drainage, and site furnishings for a 5- acre site located between 5th Avenue and Greywache Arch with a view of adjacent Cleopatra's Needle. In addition to improving lawns and infrastructure, the project provided a new curatorial delivery entrance for the re-designed Decorative Arts Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape

As part of a 1.4 million dollar donation to the Central Park Conservancy from financier Henry Kravis, the Restoration of the Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape provided new pedestrian paths, planting, drainage, and site furnishings for a 5- acre site located between 5th Avenue and Greywache Arch with a view of adjacent Cleopatra's Needle. In addition to improving lawns and infrastructure, the project provided a new curatorial delivery entrance for the re-designed Decorative Arts Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape

As part of a 1.4 million dollar donation to the Central Park Conservancy from financier Henry Kravis, the Restoration of the Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape provided new pedestrian paths, planting, drainage, and site furnishings for a 5- acre site located between 5th Avenue and Greywache Arch with a view of adjacent Cleopatra's Needle. In addition to improving lawns and infrastructure, the project provided a new curatorial delivery entrance for the re-designed Decorative Arts Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape

As part of a 1.4 million dollar donation to the Central Park Conservancy from financier Henry Kravis, the Restoration of the Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape provided new pedestrian paths, planting, drainage, and site furnishings for a 5- acre site located between 5th Avenue and Greywache Arch with a view of adjacent Cleopatra's Needle. In addition to improving lawns and infrastructure, the project provided a new curatorial delivery entrance for the re-designed Decorative Arts Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

The Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape

As part of a 1.4 million dollar donation to the Central Park Conservancy from financier Henry Kravis, the Restoration of the Southwest Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape provided new pedestrian paths, planting, drainage, and site furnishings for a 5- acre site located between 5th Avenue and Greywache Arch with a view of adjacent Cleopatra's Needle. In addition to improving lawns and infrastructure, the project provided a new curatorial delivery entrance for the re-designed Decorative Arts Wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.