There’s an old cliché that says, “People who live in glass houses should not throw stones.” But what if you live in a house that can’t be seen? Then it should be a free for all, throw a freakin’ boulder if you want – nobody will notice. I know what you’re probably thinking: “Only two sentences in and I can already tell that this article is nonsense, this guy is talking about houses you can’t see and throwing rocks – it is about as intelligent as a Pauly Shore movie.” Your point is valid, however I am about to blow your mind with a fascinating home design that can hide an entire residence from sight.
Since the dawn of time, animals have used camouflage to blend in with their surroundings and keep disguised from predators. Humans eventually jumped on the bandwagon as soldiers dressed in battle fatigues to stay hidden from the enemy. It was only a matter of time before somebody decided that this camouflage trend is here to stay, so why not apply it to something ridiculous and unnecessary? Thus became the camouflage house.
As extraordinary as this house appears, its structure is not that complex as it creates a perfect balance between nature and modern technology. Set against a forest background, the home is covered completely by artificial trees and bushes that allow sunlight to shine in. The interior of the home is fittingly as natural as the exterior with wood decking, paneling, and furniture. The only way for an observer to notice that this house is right before their eyes is when the indoor lights are turned on to reveal an eerie glow from a few windows placed inexplicably in what looks like a group of trees. Imagine a camouflage frat house? No cops to worry about and parties would be harder to get into than the Roxbury.
In an era where technology runs wild, it is refreshing to see that nature can adapt and remain an important, yet in this case unseen, factor in our lives.