You should make a special trip to the Tupperware SunRail station to personally check out the amazing piece of public art on display there.
Landscape architect Jason Holden, PLA, of the Longwood-based design firm Dix.Hite + Partners, led the creation of the art concepts at the Tupperware, Meadow Woods and Poinciana stations.
“At Tupperware Station, the globe sculpture is a nod to a key corporate neighbor—Tupperware’s world headquarters—that also signifies the region’s significance as a global destination,” SunRail officials explained in a written statement.
“The axis of the art installment reflects the true axial tilt of Earth. Stainless steel tubes and bars form rings that represent lines of latitude and longitude. Jason developed these concepts in conjunction with Tupperware team members,” according to SunRail.
At the Kissimmee station, there will be rotating art on display as part of the .
The plan is to change the Kissimmee sculpture annually.
SunRail officials said they are working with Kissimmee Main Street program on this.