Change to roof to reduce glare is rejected by Dallas arts center

A proposal from officials of the 42-story Museum Tower in Dallas seeks to alter the roof of the Nasher Sculpture Center to reduce the reflected glare coming from the condominium tower. The solution calls for modifying the shape of small, cone-shaped shades known as occuli on the roof of Nasher and pointing them toward the northwest. However, Nasher rejected the proposal, stating that the "glare from Museum Tower is a problem for the entire Arts District, not just the Nasher Sculpture Center."

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