Mirror House, Copenhagen: a playground pavilion in the Copenhagen Central Park that was once covered in graffiti has been transformed by MLRP Architects. The building was reconstructed using heat-modified wood and mirror-polished stainless steel sheets.
The recently demolished Rachel Raymond House in Belmont, Massachusetts, was originally designed by pioneering architect Eleanor Raymond in 1931 and re-visioned by Pedro Joel Costa as an “invisible” building with all mirrored surfaces.
Article source: MLRP Mirror House at Copenhagen Central Park Danish-American based architects MLRP has transformed an existing graffiti-plagued playground structure to an inviting and reflective pavilion as part of the new Interactive Playground .
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Mirror House by MLRP. Great project at Copenhagen Central Park by Danish-American based architects MLRP. The reflective pavilion was created as part of the new Interactive Playground Project in Copenhagen.
Mirror House by MLRP Mirror House by MLRP is a transformation of an existing Playground Structure to an Inviting and Reflective Pavilion Funhouse mirrors which is mounted on the gabled ends of this playground pavilion in Copenhagen.