Fire Station #2: Public Artwork

0 0 The site-specific artwork, titled And Then…, was created by the artist team of Ingram Ober, Marisol Rendón-Ober, and Chuck Moffit for Bayside Fire Station No. 2. Completed in 2018, the artwork is located at the corner plaza of the fire station at the intersection...

Mission Beach Boardwalk, Seawall, and Lamppost Reconstruction

0 0 The iconic Mission Beach Boardwalk, used by hundreds of thousands of locals and tourists a year, was constructed in 1925 as part of the Mission Beach Amusement Center (now Belmont Park). Nearly ten decades later, the original detailing had become unrecognizable...

CoPlace Building – North Park

0 0 The colorful CoPlace Building sits at the entrance to North Park, on the northeast corner of University Avenue and Florida Street. The L-shaped, two-story building has been a longtime fixture of the neighborhood and has recently received a major face lift.  The...

Rex’s Roar at The San Diego Zoo

0 0 Rex’s Roar is a 5,000-square foot site renovation, built by Swinerton, at the front entrance of the San Diego Zoo. The focal point of the project is the 10-ton, 27-foot-tall bronze sculpture of Rex the lion landing on one paw. This fascinating cantilevered...

Quartyard – Urban Hub

0 0 They’ve done it once and they’re doing it again. San Diego based architecture firm RAD LAB has partnered with the City of San Diego to turn vacant, publicly owned land into experimental year-round pop-up venues within re-purposed shipping containers. Quartyard, a...