The Mirror House duplicates the Surrounding Environment

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It almost looks like part of the building is invisible. This architectural project was designed by studio MLRP—they “transformed an existing graffiti-plagued playground structure to an inviting and reflective pavilion as part of the new ‘Interactive Playground Project’ in Copenhagen.” [1] MLRP used fun house mirrors to create an interactive space for passing spectators, which allowed them to see different reflections and transformations.

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1. "Mirror House MLRP." Retrieved on January 17th, 2012.

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