This Mirrored House Has a Reflective Surface

By: Michael Nieto - Published: Jan 30, 2014 • References: & designtaxi
This mirrored house was designed and built by a Japanese artist named Harumi Yukutake. The house contains a reflective surface that blends in accurately with the surrounding environment. Its unique ability to become camouflaged and change its appearance according to weather conditions makes this house visually stunning from a distance. The mirror glass surface within the interior as well executes a fun and interactive experience when you walk in.

This mirrored house is called 'Restructure,' and its interactive installation documents the change and organic growth around us. Mirrors are a great example of reflecting what is depicted within culture and surroundings. It creates an effective way of showing the beautiful mesmerizing landscape and how it can be a gazing part of nature in many forms. Stats for Blending Mirror-Covered Homes Trending: Older & Mild
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