The memorial rendering was created by Stan Carroll, AIA, RA, RID Sculptor/Architect. Click here for Mr. Carroll’s Resume..
Stan Carroll, AIA, is President of Beyond Metal, Inc. and is a hands-on designer of sculpture, architecture, and art furniture who taps his 25 years of architectural practice for inspiration and process. Beyond Metal is a full service, hands-on, design workshop specializing in digital 3D design and fabrication of efforts including large public sculpture, architectural design, architectural metals, and furniture, focused on a culmination of design carried through implementation. The ability to collaborate is Beyond Metal’s greatest virtue whether working with a client or with other design professionals. Stan has worked for Frankfurt Short Bruza, and as design principal of Special Projects Studio, and managing principal of Studio Architecture.
Stan’s diverse portfolio is highlighted by fabrication projects such as the daring steel stairs at the Oklahoma Heritage Center and the iconic One Grand Flame Pavilion for Chesapeake Energy. His furniture, conference tables and sculptures are located within other noted Oklahoma City area companies, as well as homes in New York and Texas. Among his recent successes, he considers being one of the primary designers of the winning competition design entry for the SkyDance Pedestrian Bridge to be located over I-40 in Oklahoma City. This 195 foot tall, $12 million public art project is a collaborative design effort with other independent designers for the governmental agency client.
He has won numerous design awards, including those from the American Institute of Architects Central States Region, the AIA Oklahoma Merit Award in Interior Architecture, and the Paseo Arts Box Show Best of Show. He also received the AIA Central Oklahoma Chapter Keystone Award presented to a tradesman who has displayed a consistent level of quality that exceeds normal standards and elevates the creative design of the architect by cooperation and skill.
Stan holds a Bachelor of Architecture from the University of Oklahoma and a BS in Architectural Studies from Oklahoma State University. Mr. Carroll is a fourth generation Oklahoman and resides in Oklahoma City with his family.