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The Mirrorcube is Nearly Invisible

By: Patrick Walsh - Published: • References: mirrorcube.se & uncrate
The Mirrorcube is a unique tree house tucked away within the forest, blending with its surroundings.

Due to its mirrored exterior, the abode does essentially blend in with nature, and therefore does not impact upon the natural landscape. The reflective glass used on the outside is actually called spyglass, which gives you an impression of its authenticity and effectiveness.

The Mirrorcube was designed by Scandinavian Architects Bolle Tham and Martin Videgard. The body is constructed using wood and aluminum. It also comes pre-constructed with a restroom, queen-size bed and a rope bridge to access your new home away from home.

For those who love conspicuous living away from the hustle and bustle of the city, this tree house is the perfect solution. Stats for Marvelous Mirrored Abodes Trending: Older & Mild
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