Gimme Shelter: Orlando-area bus stops get theme park treatment

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Tuesday, January 31, 2012
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An artsy bus stop in Orlando. (Courtesy Entech Creative)

An artsy bus stop in Orlando. (Photo: Raymond Martinot)

A series of sculptural bus stops will be installed throughout Orlando as part of an effort to bring art into the community. Entech Creative, a production engineering company, teamed up with Walter Geiger, of Walt Geiger Studios, to design and produce the “Cascade” series of shelter structures. Each bus stop has four to five uniquely shaped panels ranging from 15 to 16 feet high. Their form is suggestive of a waterfall, undulating to provide commuters with shade and shelter.

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