Clad in warbled mirrors, the structure does not completely disappear, but calls for a second look. Some kind of other reality is promised within, filled only with what the mind chooses to fill it with.
The pavilion circumscribes a courtyard containing a single tree, a space for receiving guests or thinking.
The pavilion circumscribes a courtyard, but also plays withs its image with translucent panels that ring the interior. Natural wood on the interior provides a stark contrast to the camouflage of the mirrored exterior.
Although the interior space forms a single track running around the courtyard, its twists, turns, and height differences make the space feel like a maze. Lined with pegs on one side, and a shelf on the other, there are ample invitations for the artist inhabitant to fill the space with content.
morning mist on the mirror
inside - outside reflections
The mirror also absorbs the changing weather and sunlight conditions. Dripping condensation, rain, even dirt kicked up by the wind.
Morning condensation satins the mirror surface