This 2.4-metre cube, covered in five mirror-clad faces, was designed by Los Angeles based architect and designer Michael Jantzen as a personal retreat. Presumably it brings new meaning to the idea of personal reflection.
Each of the five sides features three mirrored panels: two fasten directly the edge of the metal cube's frame, while a third hinges from one of those. They all fold flat to form a perfect cube — creating an amazing infinite mirror effect on the inside — or can be unfurled to create a structure that throws light and shape from the outside world into the structure in interesting and unpredictable ways. Enough, perhaps, to spark the imagination of even the most unreflective of people.