WORLD WALK | 2016 | San Antonio, Texas
       
     
 Special tabs with geographical information and subjects, developed in collaboration with local area public school students.
       
     
     
       
     
World-Walk_FINAL0705_REDUCED-1_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_FINAL0705_REDUCED-2_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_FINAL0705_REDUCED-3_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_2_Dimple_page15_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_2_DesignReview022916-4_SS.jpg
       
     
ramp-viewREV_SS.jpg
       
     
 Climactic region data across the map, which was used to color the steel tabs
       
     
WORLD WALK | 2016 | San Antonio, Texas
       
     
WORLD WALK | 2016 | San Antonio, Texas

Using custom-designed steel tabs and a map etched into the existing sidewalk from end-to-end, a walk across a pedestrian bridge becomes a walk around the world. Covering 24,900 miles of vast and disparate regions of the globe, World Walk is an immersive atlas, a slice through the globe touching far-reaching regions, yet framed by and connected back to this pedestrian bridge in San Antonio.

Medium: concrete etched map, steel tabs
Dimensions: 240’ x 6' x 20’
Site: San Antonio TX
Client(s): City of San Antonio Dept. of Culture and Creative Development
Budget: $90,000.00

 Special tabs with geographical information and subjects, developed in collaboration with local area public school students.
       
     

Special tabs with geographical information and subjects, developed in collaboration with local area public school students.

     
       
     

 

 

World-Walk_FINAL0705_REDUCED-1_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_FINAL0705_REDUCED-2_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_FINAL0705_REDUCED-3_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_2_Dimple_page15_SS.jpg
       
     
World-Walk_2_DesignReview022916-4_SS.jpg
       
     
ramp-viewREV_SS.jpg
       
     
 Climactic region data across the map, which was used to color the steel tabs
       
     

Climactic region data across the map, which was used to color the steel tabs