On a recent day trip to San Diego, my buddies and I stumbled across (and by stumbled I mean deliberately drove there for lunch because of it’s relaxingly epic views haha) The Robert Paine Scripps Forum for Science, Society and the Environment.
The space features an approximate 300-person flexible auditorium, meeting rooms, a student lounge and a breezy open air restaurant.
Designed by Safdie Rabines Architects, the pocket doors allow for the space to be completely closed off or totally open for banquets and receptions.
Even on a partly cloudy day, the views at Scripps are spectacular and inspiring.
The auditorium – often used for events and entertaining – provides a stunning backdrop for presentations, parties and even weddings.
The institution is intended for worldly scientists studying the ocean, that which we are NOT haha, but, paired with a bottle of rosé, it made for a relaxing afternoon by the beach and some nice snaps. Totes worth coming back for sunset.
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Some pics courtesy of David Hewitt Anne Garrison Architectural Photography.