Hopping on the trend of architecture that blends seamlessly into nature is Casa Invisible, an aptly named near-invisible abode. Using a mirrored exterior, Casa Invisible reflects its nearby surroundings for a stunning visual impact in an eco-friendly package.
Because these houses are prefabricated and modular, they can be assembled and disassembled virtually anywhere. Austrian design firm Delugan Meissl has equipped their homes with three living areas, a chimney, and exposed hardwood throughout.
The glazed coating on the outer walls effectively renders each unit an ever-changing canvas, depicting the natural world around it. While the firm is still looking for a permanent producer, they can still commission Casa Invisible on a one-off basis.
Just be careful of flying birds.
Photos by DMA