Solar Ziggurat is a public art sculpture that consists of an array of neons arranged as a series of upward receding squares mounted on stainless steel supports. The neons are suspended 12 feet above the ground by 8 supporting columns. The structure forms a double pyramid positioned above a reflective floor, and in whole the work serves as an outdoor immersive canopy for public inspiration, contemplation, and enjoyment. The neon assembly of Solar Ziggurat is completely powered by solar panels. The solar panels are installed as an integral part of the artwork, rendering this piece fully independent and perpetually self-sustaining.