Mirror House

 

Reflective glass entirely covers the facade of this private villa, providing camouflage and privacy during the day. At night, one can only assume the home lights up like a lamp, but it’s nevertheless notable for its minimal approach and detailed treatment. A compact and simple floorplan allows for an open feel despite the relatively small square footage, and the use of birch multiplex panels throughout the interior contrasts nicely with the shiny, glamorous facade.

Architects: Johan Selbing, Anouk Vogel
Location: De Eenvoud, Almere, The Netherlands
Area: 120 sqm
Year: 2013

Photos by Jeroen Musch

 

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