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The Peter Pichler Architecture Mirror Houses Reflect The Picturesque South Tyrolean Dolomite

Blending seamlessly into its environment, the Mirror Houses boast maximum privacy, and minimal visual impact, whilst showcasing unparalleled design.

Mar 25, 2020 | By Julia Roxan

Set in the winsome surroundings of the South Tyrolean Dolomites, amidst picturesque rows of apple trees, lies a pair of holiday homes designed by Milan-based, Peter Pichler Architecture, just outside the city of Bolzano.

The Peter Pichler Architecture Mirror Houses Reflect The Picturesque South Tyrolean Dolomite

Dubbed the ‘Mirror Houses’, each unit comprises of a kitchen, living room, bath-and-bedroom, with enormous open-air skylights that allow for natural light and ventilation. Featuring temporary storage space in the miniature basement, the structure itself is oriented eastward, with substantial room for a private garden, autonomous access, cantilevered roof canopies, outdoor terraces, and parking.

Divided into two individual units, each section varies in height and length, for a less rigid aesthetic, whilst capturing the awe-inspiring surrounding panorama both indoors-and-out with floor-to-ceiling glazed facades.

Coated with a glare-reducing film to help prevent bird collisions, the Mirror Houses are currently listed for short-term rent. Blending seamlessly into its environment, the houses boast maximum privacy, minimal visual impact, and showcase an unparalleled design.


 
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