Free software architect Drew Rosenblatt, who helped design San Francisco’s famed Glass House, recently wrote about his plans for the project.
The project would be the brainchild of Glass House architect Richard Lee.
A glass installation will stand in for the building’s exterior facade, with an embedded projector that will let passersby watch the city’s construction progress.
The project is being spearheaded by architect Drew Rose, a partner in the architectural glass and construction consulting firm Ritz Architecture, and glass project manager and partner Richard Lee, both of whom also designed the Glass House.
The two are known for their innovative designs.
Rosenblatt has also been known to offer architectural glass in the past, including the building at the center of the iconic sculpture of a woman walking through a giant glass cage at the World Trade Center in New York City.