“A 140-foot diameter post-tensioned steel-leaved dome serves as the beacon for San Diego’s ten-story, $185 million downtown main library. Conceptual designs of the dome spanned eight years and explored six different circumferential and segmented options. The final scheme resulted in eight intersecting post-tensioned, three dimensional, moon-shaped truss elements with a saddle-shaped cable net on each.”
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