Volume: 41 | Issue: 4 | Download
ON THE COVER
The June 5th Memorial Park in Philadelphia, PA, was created using a range of American Black granite and Georgia Gray granite in response to a deadly demolition that could've been prevented, which took the lives of six innocent people. The memorial's "sacred area" is identified by the location of the victim markers. The phosphorus glow aggregates set in the concrete creates a "galaxy-like" spiral formation around the victim markers, inspired by the Fibonacci sequence.