The futuristic rooftop of the Atlanta Hyatt Regency Hotel. This trendsetting hotel, designed by John Portman, in 1967 was the first to feature an atrium in the middle of the hotel, now a common feature. When it was built, this rooftop restaurant, the Polaris, was at the top of a new city skyline and commanded a view. The skyline it once commanded has long been lost, but this gem of modernist architecture (one of a few surviving examples in Atlanta) still reminds us of a time when the future was boundless.
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