The technology required to make a truly invisible house is still at least a few years off (or at least that’s what the government wants us to think), but the people at Delugan Meissl Associated Architects have come up with a pretty cool substitute in the meantime. It’s Casa Invisibile, a house covered in mirrors for makeshift invisibility.
The prefabricated Casa Invisibile itself is made from wood underneath its reflective surface, and measures a slim 14.5 meters long by 3.5 meters wide, which means it can be transported on a traditional semi-truck. And despite those surreal mirrors that cover the exteriors of the house, the views from inside look just fine.
You can see what I mean by taking a look at a few photos of Casa Invisibile below. And for more information on the house, plus other projects from DAA, check out their totally visible official website right here.
Here’s the gallery: