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Microtower

Artist

Name: Johnathan Barnes
https://jbadusa.com/
Statement: The MicroTower Parking Booth is the re-imagination of an otherwise overlooked and unconsidered part of the downtown landscape located at one of many of the ubiquitous downtown surface parking lots. This parking booth was designed as a new tower on the city’s skyline, realized at a scale both tall and small, its proportions and monolithic nature mimicking the office towers that surround it. Nevertheless, at forty feet in height, it assumes the role of urban landmark.

Artwork Owner
Capital Crossroads SID
Description:

Microtower is a parking attendant booth that is one of three "bold booth" installations, which combine public art and architecture in a surface parking lot. Microtower was designed by Jonathan Barnes Architecture as part of the Columbus Bicentennial.

Microtower is a parking attendant booth that is one of three "bold booth" installations, which combine public art and architecture in a surface parking lot. Microtower was designed by Jonathan Barnes Architecture as part of the Columbus Bicentennial.

Dates

Made: 2017
Installed: 2017

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Categories
Sculpture
Address:

63 E Spring Street
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Franklin County
(614) 591-4518 (phone)
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Materials

Intermodal steel building unit

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