Peter Pichler’s Mirrored Northern Italian House


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Built just outside of Bolzano in the foothills of the Dolomites Mountains in Northern Italy is one of the most iconic designs from architect Peter Pichler. Two homes, designed as vacation residences, each feature two bedrooms nested inside a minimalist white interior – characterized by skylights, floor-to-ceiling windows, and of course personal gardens. The most striking feature of the structure though, is the glass front that reflects the surrounding area. The curvilinear elevation provides extensive views of the local Italian landscape.


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