​​​​​​​​​24th Street Transit Shelters​​

 

 

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ARTIST:  Kevin Berry
DATE:  2001
LOCATION:  24th Street & Buckeye Rd
TYPE:  Transit Shelter
MATERIALS:  Steel and River Rock
BUDGET:  $160,000
DISTRICT:  8
ZIP CODE:  ​85034


Berry created four transit shelters that serve as a gateway to Sky Harbor International Airport.  The shelters celebrate aviation and flight.  They feature roofs shaped like airplane wings with bird silhouettes built into their profiles.  The columns supporting the roofs are topped with forms resembling jet engines.  Berry's shelters also reflect our local environment.  Their columns are enhanced with river rock from the Rio Salado, and the benches contain impressions of palm fronds.