Nature’s Mirrors

Best Project of Public Building or Facility

About the project (provided by the applicant)
In this captivating piece, the forest becomes both canvas and subject. Amidst the lush greenery, two mirror-like structures stand tall on delicate pink pedestals. Their reflective surfaces capture the surrounding trees, leaves, and sky, blurring the boundaries between nature and artifice. As raindrops fall, the mirrors ripple, distorting reality. The scene invites contemplation — a dialogue between the organic and the manufactured, where reflections reveal hidden depths.

United States

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Marino Jose Paumier Navarro.
«I was born in Cuba, from a young age I developed an interest in architecture, design and a passion for spaces. I studied Architecture at the Universidad de Oriente in Cuba and graduated with honors in 2017.Currently I am living in Miami, Florida.»

Author of the project
Marino Jose Paumier Navarro

Status of the project
Conceptual design

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