Sitting on the shore of Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia, House of Mirrors may at first seem completely out of place, but a closer look at its design will reveal a piece of experimental architecture that fully embraces nature.
Intricately industrial yet forming a connection with its surroundings, House of Mirrors was designed by NEON, a practice based in London and Melbourne that strives to create "places, spaces and objects that enliven every day experiences," according to their website. The structure acts as a source for many things: a place to rest, a place to sit and stare at the ocean or a place to hide away from the world for a bit while watching the beauty of the water reflected within the many mirrors inside.
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