high-rise atrium

Final review time + drive from STL to San Diego + busy first week of school in SD = too many things on the mind to remember much in the way of dreams. However, I do finally have a vivid recollection from last night: I was in a skyscraper-height enclosed atrium bounded by buildings in downtown SD, on a late afternoon. The roof of the atrium was a steep-pitched glass roof (almost certainly inspired by the oddness of the steep roofs of the RL waterfront Hyatt). I wanted to replace the roof to make it more reliable and durable, so I started laying out and cutting a large sheet of cellophane on a drafting table before realizing it probably wouldn’t work so well. Someone opened panes of the roof to vent, which created an excellent vertical draft.

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