Stanley integrated patterns from Diné weaving and basketry to create the floors' vibrant motifs and colors. The turquoise blue and black overlays seen on the connector bridge represent the twisting and spinning of wool being made into yarn. The internal oval designs are Diné basket designs. The station platform features details inspired by Haak'u (Acoma) pottery and a piece of treasured family jewelry. Both designs convey the artist's interest in sharing her cultural heritage to create a new public space.
Fabricated by Corradini Corporation, the 18,500 square-foot floors used about 100,000 pounds of crushed aggregate, 20,000 linear feet of aluminum divider strip and 9,000 custom waterjet-cut pieces.