Mirrors play a significant role in our lives, they are often the first thing we look at in the morning and also before our sleep. We are used to always seeing ourselves before leaving the house, or just staying in it, we like to see how we look and if everything is neat and tidy. Mirrors don’t just have to reflect bright areas or windows; they can also be used to highlight architecture by reflecting intriguing angles or spaces. This effect can be challenging to create, but when done well, it can really elevate a modern space to appear even more well thought out, which is why many architects are now including it in their designs.
Some of my favorite examples of Mirrored architecture :
Mirrored prefab houses by ÖÖD
Lucid Stead in California
Mirror Houses in South Tyrol, Italy
The Mirrorcube In Sweden
The Izabelin House
Depot Boijmans Van Beuningen, Netherland
Mirrored glass is an exquisite building material option that satisfies many common architectural demands of the present. Mirrored glass effortlessly satisfies conflicting demands with impeccable grace.