Fifteen Stunning Examples Of Invisible Architecture

From the title you’d expect this article to be about architecture built by the same people who made Wonder Woman’s invisible jet, but these examples of so-called “invisible” architecture should actually be referred to as visually non-obtrusive.

The camouflaged structures attempt to preserve the beauty of surrounding nature while still serving a structural purpose, which means they're made from lots of glass, wood, metal and shiny bits that reflect the beauty of the surrounding terrain.

If Wonder Woman was in the market for some new real estate, having grown tired of living in the Justice League Watchtower, these stealth structures might be just what she needs to hide away from it all and keep in touch with the natureal world.

Via Flavorwire


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