You'll know it when you see it. But first, you've got to pick your way through the densest concentration of "damnnnnnnn" architecture that you'll encounter anywhere.
And then you come around a corner and you see its enormous cantilevered bridge reaching for the stratosphere.
And you go a little further towards the bridge. You begin to put yourself into a mindset where, hopefully, you can watch earth recede in the rear view mirror without crying like a confused child. Neil Diamond's "If You Go Away" begins playing on your headphones. But you aren't wearing headphones.
You decide to send a photo of your intergalactic steed to your friends--because all travel in the age of social media requires proof and bragging--but it's so goddamn big that can't get it all in the frame, even if you trudge through a bunch of gravel and trip over an exchange student calling his parents in Tokyo.
But you can see the cooling vents for the hyperdrive.
And then you walk inside...
I'm going to stop talking now.
jklolol it's just a library and a "business school" whoooooooooooops.