Symphony Park’s New Sculpture Sparkles!

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COGdesign’s Symphony Park Boston project reopened in June 2015 after a six-year journey from community meetings to design to reviews to ribbon-cutting. Now, the long-awaited site-specific sculpture by Jacob Kulin has been installed, completing the park’s design by COGdesign volunteer Jon Pate ASLA.

The sculpture reflects the park’s musical theme. Kulin commented to the Boston Arts Commission, “This sculpture is inspired by modern Scandinavian furniture design along with musical instrument shapes like a violin, cello, harp, and guitar. Granite stone seating is built into the design as the sculpture takes on its form and composition through blending these inspirations.”

The sculpture is stunning by day or by night. Visit it on Edgerly Road, a short walk from Boston’s Symphony Hall.