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  • ctbuh_hq - CTBUH @ctbuh_hq 6 minutes ago
  • The results from our final day of our Global Walking Tour Instagram quiz, highlighting all our participating cities, are in! 
Photo 1, the city home to the biggest urban forest in the world is...Rio De Janeiro, Brazil! 
Photo by: @roque.fabio 
Photo 2, the city that has over 2,000 bridges and tunnels is...New York City, US! 
Photo by: @sampapers 
Photo 3, the city with over 8,000 restaurants, 10 million trees, and 9,000 streets is...Toronto, Canada! 
Photo by: @thirdworldhippy 
Photo 4, the city with over 100 beaches is...Sydney, Australia! 
Photo by: @christopher__burns .
Thank you to everyone who played in our final round of guessing—if you guessed correctly, you are tagged, great job!! This is our last round of our Global Walking Tour guessing because tomorrow, June 27th, kicks off this global event. There is still time to get involved—visit the link in our bio to see participating cities all around the world, and find your city’s plan for the 2019 Global Walking Tour. 
Thank you to everyone who played these past five days—we hope to see you participating and posting to #CTBUHwalks starting tomorrow for a chance to be featured on our account! The results from our final day of our Global Walking Tour Instagram quiz, highlighting all our participating cities, are in! Photo 1, the city home to the biggest urban forest in the world is...Rio De Janeiro, Brazil! Photo by: @roque.fabio Photo 2, the city that has over 2,000 bridges and tunnels is...New York City, US! Photo by: @sampapers Photo 3, the city with over 8,000 restaurants, 10 million trees, and 9,000 streets is...Toronto, Canada! Photo by: @thirdworldhippy Photo 4, the city with over 100 beaches is...Sydney, Australia! Photo by: @christopher__burns . Thank you to everyone who played in our final round of guessing—if you guessed correctly, you are tagged, great job!! This is our last round of our Global Walking Tour guessing because tomorrow, June 27th, kicks off this global event. There is still time to get involved—visit the link in our bio to see participating cities all around the world, and find your city’s plan for the 2019 Global Walking Tour. Thank you to everyone who played these past five days—we hope to see you participating and posting to #ctbuhwalks starting tomorrow for a chance to be featured on our account!
  • The results from our final day of our Global Walking Tour Instagram quiz, highlighting all our participating cities, are in! Photo 1, the city home to the biggest urban forest in the world is...Rio De Janeiro, Brazil! Photo by: @roque.fabio Photo 2, the city that has over 2,000 bridges and tunnels is...New York City, US! Photo by: @sampapers Photo 3, the city with over 8,000 restaurants, 10 million trees, and 9,000 streets is...Toronto, Canada! Photo by: @thirdworldhippy Photo 4, the city with over 100 beaches is...Sydney, Australia! Photo by: @christopher__burns . Thank you to everyone who played in our final round of guessing—if you guessed correctly, you are tagged, great job!! This is our last round of our Global Walking Tour guessing because tomorrow, June 27th, kicks off this global event. There is still time to get involved—visit the link in our bio to see participating cities all around the world, and find your city’s plan for the 2019 Global Walking Tour. Thank you to everyone who played these past five days—we hope to see you participating and posting to #ctbuhwalks starting tomorrow for a chance to be featured on our account!
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  • bkskarchitects - BKSK Architects @bkskarchitects 47 minutes ago
  • A glimpse of the second-floor roof terrace at #1greatjonesalley, which features naturally oxidizing Corten steel visible from the alley building entrance. In contrast to the more traditional facade on Broadway, the building entrance on Great Jones Alley is a special unexpected moment that reveals the building in layers. ⁣⁣
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Swipe for a rendering of the soon-to-be completed garden with a lush #landscape designed in collaboration with @hmwhite_sa ⁣⁣
Rendering by @marchmade A glimpse of the second-floor roof terrace at #1greatjonesalley, which features naturally oxidizing Corten steel visible from the alley building entrance. In contrast to the more traditional facade on Broadway, the building entrance on Great Jones Alley is a special unexpected moment that reveals the building in layers. ⁣⁣ ⁣ Swipe for a rendering of the soon-to-be completed garden with a lush #landscape designed in collaboration with @hmwhite_sa ⁣⁣ Rendering by @marchmade
  • A glimpse of the second-floor roof terrace at #1greatjonesalley, which features naturally oxidizing Corten steel visible from the alley building entrance. In contrast to the more traditional facade on Broadway, the building entrance on Great Jones Alley is a special unexpected moment that reveals the building in layers. ⁣⁣ ⁣ Swipe for a rendering of the soon-to-be completed garden with a lush #landscape designed in collaboration with @hmwhite_sa ⁣⁣ Rendering by @marchmade
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