There is no other city in the world that can highlight the difference and the diversification of a green city and a grey city that New York. The city is basically an urban jungle in general with patches of green space among the concrete landscape.
The photo above, captured by Kathleen Dolmatch, perfectly captures the division between Upper East Side and Central Park. As an observer, we’re torn between what to love more—the aesthetically beautiful buildings of the rich and famous or the serenity of Central Park.
In every city, there should be a perfect balance between the green space and the grey space. This is where urban landscaping and architecture must meet. The HGTV offices in Toronto, for example, are lucky enough to be situated near several parks in the city.