Mirror Outhouse in the Middle of Lush Forest [Kangaroo Valley]

A glass cube in the middle of lush forest imagined by Madeleine Blanchfield Architects is an example of how to minimize human interference into natural landscape.

Located a walk down the hillside from a forest cabin, the outhouse bathroom is a geometrical structure that stays almost invisible during the day. Glass, see-through walls allow to enjoy the surrounding 360 degree view for bathroom’s users and offer a genuinely sanctuary feel.







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