Last Saturday, I took my Fiction frames out for a late-summer spin. The weather was just perfect to go check out the Warm-Up dance party held at PS1. Each year, the museum invites young architects to compete in the design of the shade structure installed in the courtyard. That event in itself stirs up the architecture community—identifying hot, emergent offices and experimental design techniques. This year’s winner, Liquid Sky by Los Angeles-based Ball-Nogues, is a six-spire revival tent made out of Mylar panels. Sunlight filters through the petals giving everyone a healthy pink glow. People danced to an array of DJs and hipsters relaxed in hammock-like nets hung from telephone poles, a design that evoked a psychedelic, paramilitary crash pad. Apocalypse Wow?