A Stunning Mirrored Home in Mexico Reflects It’s Surroundings

Glass houses are nothing new, but mirrored homes are still pretty novel, and it’s hard to pull one off that is not garish looking. Los Terrenos in a lovely woodland setting in Mexico does the trick well, appearing both visually stunning and understated, cleanly reflecting the greenery around it. Under it’s glazed exterior, plywood sheathing and intricate wooden screens provide privacy, while still allowing ample light to come into the space.  The home itself is minimal and understated, almost like a getaway cottage versus a main dwelling. The interior has clean line and simple furnishings, but still feels inviting. Really nice architectural design, via Uncrate:

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The interior has ample light, while also providing privacy with plywood sheathing and wooden screens.

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The home has a nice patio that embraces and builds around the trees near the property.

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The front of the home is wall-to-wall windows, allowing for ample natural light.

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The rear view of the house showcases a bedroom with large, unobstructed views.

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A simple yet elegant bedroom inside.

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