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Step Right Up to This Glorious Mirrored Mini Beach Hut

All photos courtesy of <a href="">ECE Architecture</a> via <a href="">Inhabitat</a>.
All photos courtesy of ECE Architecture via Inhabitat.

On the pebble-strewn beach of Worthing in West Sussex, England, an art pavilion has popped up that brings a fun house spirit oceanside. Designed by ECE Architecture, this mirrored mini beach hut is meant to reflect (see what we did there?) the local vernacular, and is clad in laser-cut, mirrored acrylic panels affixed to wood. The installation was temporary, much like summer, and lasted just one weekend. We think it's all the more beautiful for it.

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