THE DESERT SUN
MAY 13, 2017
Some of the essential ingredients officials have said the park should contain include, permanent public restrooms, shade structures, sites to locate a piece of large public art such as the Aluminaire House, an Albert Frey designed demonstration project from the early 1930s. The Aluminaire House arrived in Palm Springs in mid-February and remains stored in a shipping container. “We believe that the downtown park should be iconic, and should be a visited destination for the city in the same way our architecture is,” said David Vogel, who chairs the city’s Measure J Committee, which advises the council on how Measure J funds should be spent.