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    Mirror House, Central Park, Copenhagen, Denmark. MLRP Architects. #allgoodthings #danish #architecture spotted by @missdesignsays # Pin++ for Pinterest #

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    Mirror House Playground Pavilion, Copenhagen, Denmark by MLRP / Architecture, Research & Development

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    Mirror, Mirror: Playground Pavilion Gets Funhouse Treatment

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    Christmas in July! Most unusal house design. Mirrored House Facades Reflect The Beautiful Worlds Around Them

  • William E Wood New Homes Division

    Mirror Walls House gets playful in Copenhagen Park. This cool house in Copenhagen has taken an unusual turn, to say the least. Denmark architects MLRP combined an unlikely pair - traditional charred timber boards, not unlike something you'd find cladding a barn or farmhouse, with funhouse mirrors resulting in this interesting home that draws a crowd of architecture aficionados, passersby and kids who frequent this urban playground.

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Mirror House, Central Park, Copenhagen, Denmark. MLRP Architects. #allgoodthings #danish #architecture spotted by @missdesignsays

Mirror House. Danish-American architects MLRP in Copenhagen, has transformed an existing graffiti-plagued playground structure to an inviting and reflective pavilion as part of the new Interactive Playground Project in Copenhagen.

the copenhagen central park in denmark transformed an existing playground pavilion into the 'mirror house', designed by danish practice MLRP.

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