When you walk inside this amazing piece of art, sound changes. The sculpture is a giant sounding board, turning steps into soft booms, taps into sharp little darts of sounds, sighs into breezes, and giggles into full blown laughter.
Gavin, 5, thinks it is just about the best place in the whole city. What's more, the openings in the bottom of the sculpture create a nice little wind tunnel, making its shaded interior about ten degrees cooler than outside.
Looking up at the opening at the top is not unlike being inside a cathedral.
And if you hop and leap about, your feet make wonderful musical sounds.
Gavin wraps himself in sound and sunlight inside the Serra.
Then we head home where popsicles, cool tile floors, and happy dogs await us.