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Architects Construct An ‘Invisible’ Viewing Cabin In Scotland National Park
By Tay Xing Wei, 12 Jun 2014
Architecture students Angus Ritchie and Daniel Tyler have designed and constructed a cubic reflective lookout point at the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park in Scotland.
The architects used hard wood and birch ply to create the nature-viewing box, which they named ‘The Lookout’, and applied mirrored stainless steel on its exterior to achieve the ‘invisible effect’.
Within the cubic box are two benches, one with a single seat and one with double seats that visitors can sit on to enjoy the view of the park and be close to nature.
Check out the cool cabin below:
[via Architizer, images from Ross Campbell]
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