Art in Private Development

Marriott San Diego Hotel and Marina

Title of Artwork: "Tidal Flows"

Date of Completion: 2011

Location: Marriott San Diego Hotel and Marina

Medium: Moz holographic finish on aluminum, 3Form polycarbonate and programmable LED.

Project Description: Sited at the entrance to the bay front hotel the wall sculpture suggests the tidal flows in San Diego Bay. At night the linear components are silhouetted against a soft, always changing colored glow cast by LED lighting on the background wall.

Design Team: Martinez Cutri Architects, Randall Lamb

Tidal Flowse Tidal Flows

San Diego Power and Cooling Company

Title of Artwork: "Friezing"

Date of Completion: December 2000

Medium: Fiberglass

Location: Cooling Plant at Kettner and Broadway, San Diego, CA

Commissioning Agency: San Diego Power and Cooling Co.

Project Description: Nine 6’-0” high x 16’ long x 12” deep fiberglass panels enhance the noise attenuation walls on three sides of the plant. The panels suggest the function of the facility by depicting the machinery it uses to cool three million square feet of office space for downtown San Diego.

Friezing Friezing

Children's Museum of San Diego

Title of Artwork: "Incunabula" Toddler’s Exhibit

Date of Completion: October 1994

Medium: Gunite, EPDM rubber granules, wood, electric fans and found objects

Location: Children’s Museum of San Diego

Commissioning Agency: Children’s Museum of San Diego

Project Description: The toddler's exhibit is an undulating landscape with craters, a tunnel/ bridge, stairs, raised areas

and a whirl-I-gig surrounded by a low wall. A seamless curve joins the amoeba shaped floor and wall and the entire interior surface is covered with a colorful impact absorbing rubber.

Awards: Contributing to the Orchids and Onions Awards, Orchid Award for Interiors for the Children’s Museum of San Diego, 1994.

Incunabula

San Diego Revitalization Corporation

Title of Artwork: “Technoscape” - Courtyard

Date of Completion: August 2003

Medium: Reinforced concrete, EPDM rubber and polyethylene turf

Location: City Heights Urban Village - Fairmont and University

Avenues, San Diego, CA.

Commissioning Agency: Price Charities – San Diego Revitalization

Corporation

Project Description: The courtyard is central to the Urban Village Town Home project and is composed of a series of mounds and walks. The mounds offer an alternative to traditional seating and the walkways act as garden vines that connect them. EPDM rubber surfacing was combined with a polyethylene turf material and was stretched and troweled onto a formed steel and concrete landscape.

Design Team: Martinez Cutri Architects, E-Scape Design

Technoscope

Town Home Railing

Date of Completion: August 2003

Medium: Rolled galvanized steel

Location: City Heights Urban Village - Fairmont and University Avenues, San Diego, CA.

Commissioning Agency: Price Charities – San Diego, Revitalization Corporation

Project Description: A shaped galvanized steel railing depicting blowing grass secures the exterior patios of the Urban Village Town Home complex.

Design Team: Martinez Cutri Architects

Town Home Railing

Title of Artworks: Untitled

Date of Completion: September 2003

Medium: Printed vinyl

Location: City Heights Urban Village Office Complex - Fairmont and University Avenues, San Diego, CA.

Commissioning Agency: Price Charities – San Diego Revitalization, Corporation

Project Description: Sited on the parking structure of the office complex thirteen 20’ high x 3’ wide banners depict the colorful fabrics and patterns associated with the over 30 ancestries that make up the City Heights neighborhood.

Design Team: Martinez Cutri Architects

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Title of Artworks: “Cultural Tapestry”

Date of Completion: September 2003

Medium: Printed Dacron

Location: City Heights Urban Village Office Complex Fairmont and University Avenues, San Diego, CA.

Commissioning Agency: Price Charities – San Diego Revitalization Corporation

Project Description: The fabric and pattern theme of the parking structure banners is carried into the office-building in the form of a woven triptych sited in the elevator lobby.

Cultural Tapestry