Situated in a remote site in Joshua Tree, California, a steel-frame house clad by renowned film producer Chris Hanley and architect Tomas Osinski reflects desert surroundings with its mirrored glass exterior, bearing its name “The Invisible House” accordingly.
The interior of the invisible house is absolutely not lacking in any sense. The 5,500-square-foot home designed to look like an NYC skyscraper on its side is elevated above the ground on cylindrical concrete structures offering one long, continuous space with a massive 100-foot long indoor swimming pool the living and dining areas are arranged around. With sliding glass doors forming the west side of the wall. It also boasts a large minimalist kitchen to match its interior and a projection screen for movies at one end of the pool.
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