Friday, January 28, 2011

Dezeen’s top ten: mirrors

We’ve featured a few projects using reflections to clever effect recently, so this month’s top ten is a roundup of our most popular Dezeen stories about mirrors.
Tree Hotel by Tham and Videgard Arkitekter
1: in pole position is this mirrored cube containing the Tree Hotel in northern Sweden by Tham & Videgård Arkitekter.
MR Design Office by Schemata
2: second most-popular is our recent story on this slide hidden behind the mirrored wall of a Tokyo office by Schemata Architecture Office.
NE by Isolation Unit
3: this hair salon divided by mirrored boxes by Teruhiro Yanagihara is third most popular.
Flat Mirrors by Big-Game
4: Big-Game used car windscreens for these domestic mirrors, at fourth place in our top ten.
Hair Salon by MOOMOO Architects
5: there’s another hair salon in fifth place, this time by Polish studio moomoo architect.

6: at nimber six is this installation of motorised mirrors that turn to face visitors, designed by rAndom International in collaboration with Chris O’Shea.

7: seventh most-clicked is this boutique with a mirror-lined cavity by Gonzalez Haase.
Rings by Nicolas Le Moigne and A E Kochert
8: next up is this series of rings by Nicolas Le Moigne, which use mirrors to multiply or enlarge the diamonds’ appearance.
In Flakes by Mount Fuji
9: Mount Fuji Architects’ seating designed to reflect the cherry trees above comes in ninth.

10: tenth place goes to this mirror that reflects a clear image when viewed straight-on but appears cloudy from the side, created by Tetsuo Kondo Architects.

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