Hollywood producer Chris Hanley has built an ‘invisible’ house in Joshua Tree National Park, California and he’s now renting it out for $150,000 per month.
It’s known as the ‘Invisible House’ and it’s nothing if not fascinating.
Right in the middle of the park, the facade is completely covered in mirrors that are carefully positioned to reflect the surrounding landscape.
In other words, it’s designed to create a chameleon-like effect, giving the illusion that the house isn’t even there.
Alicia Keys, Demi Lovato, the Chainsmokers and several other celebrities have leased the Invisible House to shoot music videos and for other creative projects.
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Now that the house is officially on the market, available through Engel & Völkers, anybody can rent it.
Well, anybody with $150,000 to spend on rent each month, that is.
Don’t let the playful nature of the house deceive you because it’s actually designed with state-of-the-art tech to make it usable even though it’s in the middle of the desert.
The walls are made of heat-refleting glass, which means the house is always cool inside, even when it’s scorching hot outside.
Speaking of the interior, when you open the door you’ll find a kitchen, a living, a dining room, three en-suite bedrooms.
The home also has a 100-foot indoor pool, which actually covers nearly 50 percent of the usable surface inside the house.
The whole house has been designed to look super sleek and futuristic.
And with one way mirrors that appear as windows from inside, there’s no lack of sunlight inside the home.