Upon entering the observatory, one notices the thin layer of water over the floor. The chamber opens a window to the sky above, allowing the light of the day sky and the glow of the stars to be observed in their ever-changing states.
Harsh daytime sunlight is tempered through a photochromic (self-darkening) lens. At night, the lens becomes clear and opens to the sky and stars. The observatory simultaneously functions as a natural resonator, amplifying sound through its external structure via copper formed walls.
Team: Angelbert Metoyer, Cope Bailey