illuminate sf


Leo Villarreal (2019)
Moscone Center: 747 Howard St. (View Map)

This 100-ft. pedestrian bridge towering over Howard Street connects the two sides of Moscone Center with a seemingly infinite array of lights.

Point Cloud,

created by the same artist who is widely known for the

Bay Lights, is made of 858 steel rods suspended from the roof of the bridge.

Each of the 28,288 LED bulbs are individually programmed, changing 30 times per second into shades of blue, yellow, orange, pink, and lavender. Walk across the bridge to experience this fully immersive installation, or observe this visual masterpiece from afar.

Best Viewing: Nighttime from the corner of Howard and Third Streets.