Stepping Inside a Sparkling Crystal


Here at My Modern Met, we’re all about immersive experiences so we were thrilled when we came across the stunning Crystal Dome. Located at ?Swarovski Crystal Worlds, a crystal-themed indoor theme park in Austria, the dome is lined with 595 mirrors that give visitors the feeling that they’ve stepped inside a crystal. The multi-faceted walls not only refract light, that shines in various colors, they also gradually reveal hidden works of art.

As Swarovski states, “The Crystal Dome is a kaleidoscopic, precision-cut journey into the heart of crystal – right in the middle of the homeland of crystal itself.” Looks like something out of a dream.








Swarovski’s website
Photos via Swarovski, Michael Imbeault, and Chih-hsin Chou





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Sexy French Farmers Pose for Shirtless 2017 Calendar

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