"The screen was placed several feet away from the building envelope, forming open-air passageways where people can circulate.
'The copper screen sits at the historic street edge – enhancing the urban experience within an entertainment district – while complying with current city codes and setbacks,' the team said.
Portions of the brise-soleil are cut away to reveal large stretches of glass, which provide views into dance studios. The cutouts also reveal pocket courtyards."
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