MoMA PS1 announced last week that Spanish architect Andrés Jaque would install his "COSMO" installation this summer at the museum's Long Island City extension as part of the 2015 Young Architects Program. The installation consists of a plant-filled structure of steel pipes designed to purify 3,000 gallons of water over the course of several days in a process that will filter it through ecosystems full of algae, plants, UV rays, and waterfalls to remove pollution and add oxygen. It also glows in the dark and functions as an enormous air conditioner for party-goers to stand the New York summer heat. Read More