Ann Arbor Cube

Ann Arbor, Michigan

United States of America


503 Thompson St

Ann Arbor, Michigan





The Cube is a large cube shaped sculpture which is balanced on one of its corners and spins surprisingly easy for how heavy it is. Formally known as The Cube "Endover", the sculpture was created by Tony Rosenthal in 1968. It is a gift of the Class of 1965.


Its located off Thompson St in Regent's Plaza between Jefferson St & Richard L Kennedy Dr


Alamo, also known as the Astor Place Cube or simply The Cube, is an outdoor sculpture by Bernard (Tony) Rosenthal, located on Astor Place, in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. It is a black cube, 8 feet (2.4 m) long on each side, mounted on a corner. The cube is made of Cor-Ten steel and weighs about 1,800 pounds (820 kg). The faces of the cube are not flat but have various indentations, protrusions, and ledges. The sculpture's name, Alamo, is designated on a small plaque on the base and was selected by the artist's wife because its scale and mass reminded her of the Alamo Mission. It was fabricated by Lippincott, Inc.

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