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This Mirrored Pavilion Slyly Merges Architecture and Nature

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This mirrored temporary pavilion, designed by local firm Subvert Studio in Lisbon, Portugal, for arts organization Next Future's outdoor events, is a pretty trippy exercise in merging nature and architecture. Built for Next Future's annual series of talks and as a space for reflection (we see what you did there, Subvert), the pavilion is simply constructed—just a steel frame clad in wooden boards and covered with mirrored panels. The result, a folly-in-the-garden architectural intervention on the grounds of the Fundacão Calouste Gulbenkian, a center for the arts and sciences, is pretty rad.

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