Public Art

Trace Elements: Architectural Glass, PHX Sky Train  

Architectural glass designed by Daniel Mayer with hand-painted ceramic glazes and screen-printed float glass, PHX Sky Train, Terminal-4. Two connector bridges span 9′ x 115′ with 28 laminated panels of glass measuring 4′ x 9′ ea., and are integrated into the airport’s automatic train system. Glass fabricator: Franz Mayer Architectural Glass and Mosaic, Munich, Germany;  glass installation by Walters & Wolf; HOK Architecture; lighting design by Dinter in collaboration with the artist, and Hensel Phelps general contractor. Commissioned by the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program. Rebecca Blume Rothman, Program Manager. Chad White, artist’s digital assistant. Opened to the public at noon, Monday, April 8, 2013.

Variable Order: Terrazzo floor design, Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport  

Terrazzo design in eight colors by Daniel Mayer with more than 1000 water-jet cut letterforms. The 20,000 sq. ft. terrazzo flooring includes the artist’s own handwriting that references the timelessness of open spaces and limitless possibilities. Fabricator: Advance Terrazzo of Phoenix. Commissioned by the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program. Rebecca Blume Rothman, Program Manager. Chad White, artist’s digital assistant. Opened to the public at noon, Monday, April 8, 2013.

Glass and Terrazzo Fact Sheet from the Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Public Art Program, 4-15-2013