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He started designing and creating the drawing for “Balanced, Journey” one year ago and started the fabrication of the stainless steel sculpture three months ago. The parts were cut with a water jet and were then assembled and TIG-welded together. “Since a drawing is only 2D, I made a small maquette in urethane foam so I could work out the forms in 3D.The maquette helps me, as well as the client, to visualize what the final sculpture will look like,” Carroll says. Carroll’s forthcoming projects this year include two 5-feettall figures of saints St. Mary Magdalene and St. Phoebe made of basswood for a Catholic Church in Austin,Texas. He is also working on an 11-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture for a private residence in Las Vegas. “Another project is a 7-foot-tall limestone and steel sculpture for a hotel in Pleasanton, California,” he adds. The ASU Scottsdale Innovation Center will house the iconic shade structure and several public art exhibits, including new public art to be installed upon the completion of the new SkySong 5 building, as part of an extensive overall art program at SkySong. The SkySong 5 building, which is already achieving 73% occupancy, is expected to open this summer. A grand opening will be held in the fall. “We are absolutely thrilled with the SkySong 5’s success and are already looking forward to pre-leasing on SkySong 6,” says Sharon Harper, president and CEO of Plaza Companies, the master developer of the project. She adds: “These two dynamic buildings really illustrate the vision of innovation and technology that makes SkySong so attractive to companies.” SkySong 6 is the next building to be constructed at SkySong. SkySong 6 will be approximately 340,000 square feet and will feature floor-to-ceiling glass windows facing out to the intersection of Scottsdale and McDowell roads, as well as a new parking structure to serve both buildings, a large public space located on the corner, with a second-story balcony overlooking the area and 55,000-square-foot floor plates—the largest floor plates built along Scottsdale Road in the past 20 years. SkySong will exceed 1 million square feet when SkySong 6 is completed. In the meantime, Carroll’s large art installation is available for viewing at 1345 N. Scottsdale Road.
“Since a drawing is only 2D, I made a small maquette in urethane foam so I could work out the forms in 3D. The maquette helps me, as well as the client, to visualize what the final sculpture will look like.”