Located in Copenhagen, Denmark, the Mirror House by MLRP features an interesting exterior that reminds one of a funhouse. The facade is designed with convex and concave mirrors made of polished steel that create a distorted look similar to what you'd see from the mirrors in a funhouse. The mirrors have been mounted to each of the gabled ends of the building, as well as onto the backs of its doors.
The designers at Danish architecture firm MLRP wanted to create a fun and playful building for this pavilion, which is to be used for kindergarten classes. Along with the mirrors, the exterior of the Mirror House by MLRP is clad in charred timber.
According to the building's designers, the Mirror House is part of Copenhagen's Interactive Playground Project.