Fly architecture, creator of the project, based their concept on Salvador Dali’s famous ‘The Persistence of Memory’ painting.
In order to form the observation deck a section of the cliff would be dug out. In the cavity, a grandstand is provided with a massive aluminum and glass protective structure — the ‘eye’ — that stretches high over the seating. The roof allows for visitation regardless of weather. In addition, the curved glass surface has a special coating that works in combination with augmented reality technologies. Such would be used to provide viewers with other information including regional facts, current forecast, and the like.
Image 3: Dali's 'The Persistence of Memory'