THE HIGH LINE IS A 1.44 MILES RAIL LINE, WHICH IS NO LONGER USED AS SUCH. THE RAIL LINES WERE CONVERTED INTO A PARK IN 2006. THE PARK ENABLES THE PEOPLE OF NEW YORK TO GO JOGGING, RELAX DURING THE SUMMER, MDT ATLANTA WAS ASKED TO PROVIDE TULIP UMBRELLAS, WHICH FIT PERFECTLY INTO THE LOCAL ARCHITECTURE AND ENHANCED THE ALREADY IMPRESSIVE APPEARANCE OF THE SKYLINE OF NEW YORK.
The anchoring of tulips umbrellas should be kept flexible in order to always provide the perfect shade for events on the High Line, so they decided on the frame stand. The stand itself has a galvanized base frame. Concrete slabs are used as weights for the base, weighing 550 lbs. A special feature of the umbrella is that it removes the rainwater through the inside of the mast so that it can be used for sun protection as well as rain protection. The visitors of HighLine Park appreciate the umbrellas, especially when rain showers are present.