Photo credit: Remco Siebring
Located in The Netherlands, the Mirror Mirror Roof House appears to be an optical illusion or facade at first glance, but it’s a real living space covered in mirrored glass to reflect the surrounding landscape. The camouflaged home features vaulted ceilings with walls clad in natural pinewood sheets. You’ll find an office and a loft-style steel bedroom, while large windows let natural light soak in during the day. Continue reading for more pictures and information.
“The wood-framed walls are covered in sheets of top-grade pinewood creating a timber interior illuminated by large rectangular windows on each facade. The material selection further supports the idea of a tree house, using wood to allude to the tree tops, while a steel shelf supported three meters above the bottom floor level serves as the perch in the branches – a cantilevered mezzanine containing the bed. the addition features a relatively simple program for its single inhabitant – a bedroom, office, and entry space, each open to the other,” according to Design Boom.