Invisible House is for sale for $18 Million

The iconic mirage-house, born from the idea of film producer Chris Hanley, continuously welcomes the changing images of the Californian desert.

Invisible House, the mirror-clad horizontal house set in the rugged landscape of Joshua Tree National Park, California, hit the market for $18 Million.

The idea of the project was born by film producer Chris Hanley, who imagined a house similar to a big screen, a sort of virgin surface on which to project the infinite and changing images of the desert.

After nine years of work, Tomas Osinski – a collaborator of Frank Gehry – has finally realized this idea, giving life to the house we admire today: a long cantilever parallelepiped resting on the ground and supported by cylindrical pillars, entirely covered in mirrored glass, that makes it appear and disappear in the landscape, like a kind of mirage.

The interiors feature fluid and minimalist spaces, in glass and concrete, like the structure of the house, which houses four bedrooms and three bathrooms, and an indoor pool – mirror in the mirror.

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