3rd Avenue in the South Bronx between 165th and 166th Streets, NY
“Glider Park” was constructed in 1989, it occupies a courtyard parking area between a new post office and an adjacent public school wall with a mural by Tim Rollins and KOS. Its two painted steel pavilions have overhead screens and porch glider-like seating. The pavilions are joined at the top by two long columns, one resting on a red brick clad column. Trees on site became integral to the design and have subsequently grown to envelope the top of the pavilions.
3rd Avenue in the South Bronx between 165th and 166th Streets, NY 1989
12' x 40' x 11' painted carbon steel, brick paving
The fabricator was Tom DeLorenzo and Brother
A project of the Art-in-Architecture Program of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey