This Mirrored ‘Invisible House’ Is A Stunning Desert Retreat

Demi Lovato is among the VIPs who’ve rented the unique getaway near California’s Joshua Tree.

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A mirror-clad “Invisible House” that looks like a toppled New York City skyscraper is currently available to rent outside California’s iconic Joshua Tree National Park. 

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Dezeen reports that the eye-tricking, steel-framed structure was designed by movie producer Chris Hanley (Spring Breakers, American Psycho, The Virgin Suicides) and architect Tomas Osinski. A series of elevating cylindrical concrete columns form a cantilever on the uneven desert terrain.

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Inside is 5,500 square feet of living space, most of which is occupied by a continuous entertainment areas. A central 100-foot-long indoor swimming pool that stretches along the entirety of the west wall runs a multi-colored light show at night. 

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Interior shots reveal that the mirrored walls are one-way, providing occupants with uninterrupted views of the isolated 90-acre plot on which the Invisible House resides.

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Other features include a 222-square-foot projection wall for enjoying movies and television, a modern kitchen equipped with two ovens, a heating drawer and a dedicated refrigerator and freezer, three guest bedrooms and bathrooms, and a Master Suite featuring a free-standing tub. 

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The Invisible House’s undeniable allure also attracts celebrity clientele like Demi Lovato. TMZ reports that the “I Love Me” singer recently spent a weekend at the property with her boyfriend, actor Max Ehrich. 

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“Had an amazing weekend in the magical desert of Joshua Tree with my love,” Lovato captioned an Instagram gallery, adding that work had called her to the location. 

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The Invisible House listed on Peerspace with a rate of $1,750 per hour for events, but Business Insider reports that small groups can book a day-long stay for $5,000. Click here to learn more. 

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