The New York City AIDS Memorial recently released renderings of the final design chosen for St. Vincent's Park in Manhattan, which has been on the drawing board and in various phases since 2011.
New York City AIDS Memorial is "an organization working to build a memorial to honor New York City’s 100,000+ men, women and children who have died from AIDS, to commemorate and celebrate the efforts of the caregivers and activists who responded to fight the disease, and to recognize the ongoing crisis."
Check out two more renderings of the approved final design below. How do you feel about the design?
(Via HIV Plus)