It’s a terrific addition to the High Line: a six-story tall performing-arts space on wheels. The site, a park built on a disusedstillgelegt, ausgedientdisused elevated trainHochbahn-elevated train line, is well-known as a showcase for art and architecture in New York City. This building to straddle sth.dazwischenliegen, überspannenstraddles the two and just may to take the cake (N. Am., ifml.)den Preis davontragentake the cake. Designed by the New York firm of Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the unprepossessinglyunscheinbarunprepossessingly named “Shed” is taking shape on 30th Street — right where the High Line meets a big building project called Hudson Yards. The Shed’s most exciting aspect is a “nestinghier: ineinander verschachteltnesting” effect, The New York Times reports: The structure’s transparent outer shell can be rolled away from the permanent part, doubling the floor space and creating a performance hangar on what is otherwise an outdoor plaza. The Shed is due to open in 2019.