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Upon entry the building's walls act as a filter, alternately blocks and passing daylight through a network of polygonal panels and transparent seams. In this way, day is made night as the ambient radiance of the sun is carved into a gorgeous staccato field of hexagons, triangles, and lines that cast an enchantingly dissonant rhyme to our night-bound stars. Atmosphere's maze of light moves with the sun's arc throughout the day like an inverse sundial.
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