According to this post by Madeleine Luckel on AD PRO, the Morgan Library and Museum is rarely mentioned on the list of New York’s cultural institutions with accessible green spaces. But that’s about to change!
“The Morgan is announcing plans for a brand-new garden, which will open its grounds for public use for the very first time. The effort is part of the nonprofit’s four-year, $12.5 million restoration plan, and includes an outdoor lighting scheme to be executed by Linnaea Tillett Lighting Design Associates. Nonetheless, the primary interest for garden enthusiasts will no doubt be the recipient of the lion’s share of this commission. That plum assignment has been awarded to esteemed British landscape architect Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, who will transform the garden’s simple grass lawn into a more plant-focused composition…”