Daily digest: Seattle’s Freeway Park is now a city landmark, MVRDV unrolls Rotterdam Rooftop Walk, and more

Happy Tuesday (and last day in May)! Below are just few notable news items on the radar of the eagle-eyed AN editorial team to help bring you up to speed after the long (hopefully restful) holiday weekend. Let’s dive right in…

MVRDV’s orange carpet-clad Rotterdam Rooftop Walk opens to visitors

For the next several weeks, tourists and native Rotterdammers alike will be able to view the mighty Dutch port city from an entirely new vantage point courtesy the MVRDV-designed Rotterdam Rooftop Walk. Stretching nearly 2,000-feet-long, the orange carpet-blanketed elevated pathway-cum-exhibition soars nearly 100 above the city streets and imagines the largely untapped potential of

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