1977 - 1978 Sundial Plaza   Hunter’s Point, San Francisco, California  The Sundial Plaza is a functional observation platform (50 feet by 75 feet / 15,20 meters by 22,82 meters) and includes an amphitheater which provides sheltered seating in a wind-free area for theatrical performances. The yellow steel indicator (gnomon) is 75 feet / 22,82 meters long, visible from the entire region, and is a prominent landmark in the city. The community’s children participated in the project with drawings and poems which were engraved into the concrete pavement of the Plaza. The Sundial reads the time at five-minute intervals.  Landscape Architects: Michael Painter & Associates, San Francisco, California  Engineers: Chin and Hensolt, San Francisco, California
       
     
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  1977 - 1978 Sundial Plaza   Hunter’s Point, San Francisco, California  The Sundial Plaza is a functional observation platform (50 feet by 75 feet / 15,20 meters by 22,82 meters) and includes an amphitheater which provides sheltered seating in a wind-free area for theatrical performances. The yellow steel indicator (gnomon) is 75 feet / 22,82 meters long, visible from the entire region, and is a prominent landmark in the city. The community’s children participated in the project with drawings and poems which were engraved into the concrete pavement of the Plaza. The Sundial reads the time at five-minute intervals.  Landscape Architects: Michael Painter & Associates, San Francisco, California  Engineers: Chin and Hensolt, San Francisco, California
       
     

1977 - 1978 Sundial Plaza

Hunter’s Point, San Francisco, California

The Sundial Plaza is a functional observation platform (50 feet by 75 feet / 15,20 meters by 22,82 meters) and includes an amphitheater which provides sheltered seating in a wind-free area for theatrical performances. The yellow steel indicator (gnomon) is 75 feet / 22,82 meters long, visible from the entire region, and is a prominent landmark in the city. The community’s children participated in the project with drawings and poems which were engraved into the concrete pavement of the Plaza. The Sundial reads the time at five-minute intervals.

Landscape Architects: Michael Painter & Associates, San Francisco, California

Engineers: Chin and Hensolt, San Francisco, California

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Sundial Plaza
       
     
Sundial Plaza
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SD-1_1175.jpg