"LAX Gateway Pylons" (2000) by Paul Tsanetopoulos and Ted Tokio Tanaka Architects
 
DESCRIPTION:  
one 32-foot "LAX" pylon sculpture and two pylon sculpture collections, with color sequence lighting programs:
  • 32-foot high "LAX" translucent glass pylon sculpture
  • corridor of 11 25-60 ft. translucent glass pylons with lighting display (along Century Blvd.)
  • circle of 15 100-foot by 12-foot translucent glass pylons with lighting display (intersection of Century Blvd. and Sepulveda Blvd.)
THE PUBLIC ART:
(Photo credit:  Jay Berkowitz, Los Angeles World Airports)

THE PUBLIC PLACE:
©
 Public Art in Public Places Project


LOCATION:  entrance to Los Angeles International 
Airport (LAX), Sepulveda Blvd./Century Blvd., 
Los Angeles, CA