These reflective buildings use materials that simply mirror their surroundings. The results are structures that take on the characteristics of whatever is around them. These buildings attract the eyes of those who walk by, who can actually see themselves in the reflective walls.
These buildings can be found in both urban and rural settings, and the differing settings produce wildly contrasting results. While a reflective building on the top of a remote mountain will take on the pristine skies that hover above it, a reflective building in a urban setting has constantly changing lights, peoples and events happening all around it.
These reflective buildings are a special type of architecture, because they show viewers what is all around them from a different perspective. Being such a unique form of architecture, I think every city should have at least one building like these.
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From Pristine Prismatic Buildings to Sharp Mirrored Interiors
Published: Nov 17, 2012