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Kindergarden with mirrors to play with

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.

Mirrored Cafe in Gifu | Hisanori Ban Architect

Bandesign clads roadside café with reflective mirrored surfaces in Gifu City, Japan

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Valbyparken tower of wind. One of five towers created by design students for this natural playground.

The recently demolished Rachel Raymond House was originally designed by…

These incredible, reflective buildings look almost invisible

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.

The Beauty Beneath: Ceramic Tile Illusion on Electric Box

URBAN CAMOUFLAGE BY ROELAND OTTEN Dutch designer Roeland Otten uses photographic prints, mosaic tiles and paint to camouflage misplaced public eyesores on city streets.

Small spaces: Appearing to disappear

Small spaces: Appearing to disappear

Mirror House di MLRP

the copenhagen central park in denmark has transformed an existing playground pavilion into the 'mirror house', designed by danish practice MLRP

The MIRROR HOUSE, Fælledparken, Copenhagen, is a playground pavilion. Once covered in graffiti - now transformed by MLRP Architects. The existing structure was redesigned simulating a funhouse using minimal resources. As the doors to the “Mirror House” open, a new massive mirror-polished sheet is exposed for children to interact with. When closed, the building appears rather ordinary. Heat-modified wood and mirror-polished stainless steel sheets were used reconstructing the exterior.

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 .

Polka dot House, from Life magazine, April, 1952.  The house was the work of Emery Jernquist, who had painted his Warwick, RI house black, but then decided it looked too somber.

Polka-dotted house - Life magazine April The house is the work of Emery Jernquist, who had painted his Warwick house black, but then decided it looked too somber. So he decorated its walls and white chimney with bright-colored polka dots.

Mirror house reflects its surroundings

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.

ღღ Tycho Brahe Planetarium reflections at Dusk - Copenhagen (Denmark) (HDR) by Jaafar Mestari, via Flickr

ღღ Tycho Brahe Planetarium reflections at Dusk - Copenhagen (Denmark) (HDR) by Jaafar Mestari, via Flickr

Fascinating Mirror House holding reflective gazebo funhouse mirrors, mounted on the gabled ends of this 'playground-turned-into-mirror-house'

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.

Mirrored tree house via @templeofleaves

Tree Hotel in North Sweden with mirror exterior to blend with nature:

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