Monday, July 27, 2015

See ya

To celebrate the Govett-Brewster reopening as New Zealand’s leading shiny thing, here are some other buildings around the world that use a mirror surface to attract attention, vanish from sight and generally reflect what’s going on around them. More here on Dezeen
Images: top to bottom left to right, Frank Gehry’s  Neuer Zollhof in Düsseldorf, random sky scraper in Beijing, Mirror Houses by Peter Pilcher in Italy, Cairns Botanic Gardens Visitors’ Centre by Charles Wright Architects and Tham and Videgard's Tree house