Hanging Planter

These quick, cheap, and punchy rope-and-felt planters were made by the Jackson Heights team primarily out of materials they already had on hand. They’re an inexpensive way to add color and life to outdoor restaurant barriers, and are easily removable, replaceable, and flexible.


Community partner: 82nd Street Partnership

Neighborhood: Jackson Heights, Queens

Coordinating firm: SO-IL and LTL

Supporting firms: ARODesign Advocates (Frederick Tang Architecture, Kalos Eidos, Office of Tangible Space, Some People Studio, Studio Fōr, Worrell/Yeung); MOSnARCHITECTSVHB