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Peter Pichler’s design for Bolzano Mirror Houses aims to disappear in the landscape while enjoying the spectacular views of the Dolomites.

The project site is located in the middle of apple orchards close to Bolzano, north of Italy, and is surrounded by the spectacular mountains of the Dolomites. Designed next to a 60s farmhouse owned by the same client, the aim was to rent out the new structure as independent holiday units with their own gardens and parking lots. 

The building’s volume is split into two units that are slightly shifted in height and length to loosening the entire structure and articulating each unit. Both units are floating on a base above the ground evoking lightness beside offering better views from their cantilevering terraces to the impressive surrounding landscape. The volume opens towards the east with a big glass facade that fades with curvilinear lines into the black aluminum shell. The mirrored glass on the west facade borders the garden of the client with the units and catches the surrounding panorama with the pool while making the units almost invisible.

Photography: © Oskar Da Riz