Gable House in Copenhagen located by MLRP
Danish American MLRP architects transformed a playground building coated with graffiti in a welcoming, reflecting House. This design is a part of new playground project in Copenhagen.Distorting mirror are on the gable walls as well as behind the doors of the House.Here we have no typical gabled facade but the gable create a transition between the building and the surrounding landscape, reflecting the surrounding park, playground and activities there.
Designer home with mirrored facade
The Windows and doors have a variety of mirror effects and are incorporated in the panelled facade.
At night, the shutters are closed, and one makes the building look anonymous.During the day, the House is unlocked and attracts the attention of children to watch with great interest in the mirror.
The experienced architects have successfully cast this plain, boring House in an attractive, remarkable investment in the newly renovated Park.
This original design arouses the interest of passers-by
Effective distorting mirror draw the attention of children to
whole renewed business building with a little imagination and reconstructed mirrored ends
Black exterior design, traditional lines
The gable walls reflecting the surrounding nature
Closed Windows Add an anonymous note to the design
Interesting game for the little ones
Thanks to the distorting mirror is this building like out of a science-fictionmovie