Here's a rundown of several architectural projects that the New York Post thinks are reshaping the world. First:

The Diller Scofidio + Renfro-designed High Line altered New York, drawing art and commerce to those formerly disused elevated rail tracks. Since then, Charles Renfro and his New York-based firm have tackled some of the splashiest new museums in the world, from LA’s must-visit Broad to the forthcoming Museum of Image and Sound in Rio de Janeiro. But Renfro is also starting to think “longer term about the effect of projects on inequity and gentrification, which is a new way to think about architecture,” he tells Alexa. One solution: putting untapped space to work. “If there is a way that landlords could make their rooftops available for camping or tiny homes, we could increase the density and fend off developers,” he says. “It could be an interesting way to get people to come for a time and have artists’ studios or other spaces that don’t need a lot of program in the design … like a blanket of Burning Man.”

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