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'it's wonderful to see a building that you could never have imagined'

Block Architecture was approached by the Magasin 3 Gallery to produce a conceptual design for the refurbishment of its annex gallery in Djurgardsbrunn Park in Stockholm. The proposal is to line the outside of the building with a fence of 4m-high timber posts that are mirrored on one side. The posts can be rotated so that the entire building reflects - and disappears into - the surrounding parkland.

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