Imagine the design and features of a New York skyscraper reproduced in the middle of the desert. Designer Tomas Osinski and film producer Chris Hanley not only imagined this strange combination but also created it by presenting the Invisible House.
Located in the middle of the famous Joshua Tree National Park, the house was built on a series of reinforced concrete pillars and is completely horizontal. The name of the Invisible House comes from its exterior design, in fact the house is completely covered with tempered glass panes that reflect the surrounding environment. From the outside, therefore, the house seems almost to disappear among the rocks and shrubs, while from inside the windows allow you to enjoy the landscape at 360° from any room.
The plan of the Invisible House is rectangular, long and narrow, and in addition to housing a kitchen, a living room, a dining room, 4 bedrooms and bathrooms, inside there is also a 30 meter long swimming pool that occupies half of the living area.
Even the furniture designed by the designer and the manufacturer takes up the clean and minimalist style of the architecture, which in addition to fit perfectly into the landscape has allowed to reduce the environmental impact as much as possible. On the roof, which like the house has an area of just over 500 square metres, both a photovoltaic system and a water heating system have been installed.
The Invisible House can be rented for overnight stays, but also for events, shooting and filming.