The winning project from MoMA's prestigious Young Architects Program must provide three things for visitors to P.S. 1's outdoor courtyard: shade, seating and water. For its 14th year, the museum has selected an installation by CODA (Caroline O'Donnell of Ithaca, New York) as its temporary urban landscape on view throughout the summer. The enormous steel frame, balanced with recycled wood from old skateboards and fabric containers full of water (which projects into a fountain below and produces a luminous effect at night) will serve as a backdrop for the outpost's summer events like the Warm Up concert series and other lectures, performances and film screenings. All ages.