Invisible Portal by Natura Futura Arquitectura, mirrored rest stop, Invisible Portal in the Andes Mountains, view point covered with mirrors, cantilevered viewpoint

The small 13-square-meter Invisible Portal lives up to its name with its mirrored facade. The studio placed the viewpoint on a highpoint of an Andes mountain trail that stretches between Guaranda and Babahoyo. “The number of people who visit the natural vantage point use this space as a point for meeting and to rest on the grass,” said Natura Futura, according to Dezeen.

Invisible Portal by Natura Futura Arquitectura, mirrored rest stop, Invisible Portal in the Andes Mountains, view point covered with mirrors, cantilevered viewpoint

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Hikers can take a rest at the Invisible Portal, which has a small opening on the rear wall for access to the wood-lined interior. Timber steps that span the width of the interior double as seating at the edge of the structure.

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Via Dezeen

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