Upon entry, the single line splits into three lines: two outside lines and one central line. The outside lines leave the concrete surface to form seating benches and raised steel thresholds. The benches serve for personal reflection and viewing, while the thresholds to identify entry into the outdoor semicircle galleries. The 6 pathways weave through a rolling structural landscape conceived from the nearby foothill mountain ranges. As the outside lines converge at the center, they thrust upwards to reveal 12 steel masts, varying in height from 35’, 40’ and 45’. The central line on all 6 pathways lead directly to the center point, and create the tallest single 50’ mast. Collectively, these 13 masts form an iconic structure called the "Tower Cloud," which emits water vapor on the hour and half hour. The structure is a nod to Winston-Salem’s industrial past, and the iconic profile of the historic RJR Building. Positioned at the south end of the site is the "Ribbon Shelter." Constructed of ¾" plate steel, 7 steel ribbons of varying height and width bend to create seating areas and artist easels. A 124’ long mural wall was constructed to act as the park’s billboard, and to allow the general public to display their talents.