Air Cube touches down at hospital

The new Stanford Hospital gets its first commissioned piece of art.

Steve Fisch

The first commissioned art piece was recently installed on the garden floor of the new Stanford Hospital. Weighing in at almost 1,000 pounds, Ned Kahn’s Air Cube was hoisted onto the third floor roof by crane, uncrated and bolted into its final position in the garden.



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