Old, dilapidated and strewn with graffiti, Danish architecture firm MLRP took back this building and, as part of Copenhagen's new Interactive Playground Project, created the unique and interesting Mirror House. The space has various uses and is often visited by a multitude of kindergarten classes. In an effort to make it more appealing and fun for the young children, the outside end walls have been covered in large fun house mirrors! The doors and windows were also mounted with various mirrors which can be closed up at night to protect from vandalism. The rest of the pavilion, including the roof, is covered in heat-modified wood. What a fantastic idea, transforming what was once a dull building into an exciting house of mirrors!
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