Ever wonder what other buildings in other country looks like? Well look no more for today, we’ll bombard you with eye candy that’ll make you wish you belong in that place in particular.
Designed by two architectural design students from Strathclyde University, the idea was to help tourist frame up the beautiful scenery. The maximum it can hold is only three people! You must admit, it does accentuate the scenery around it. I wonder what it would be like to have an entire house made out of this material!? You would have an invisible house!
The tower is constructed and seemingly "invisible" due to their use of a bunch of LED cameras and projectors, which will capture the area around the tower and merge the images to create a giant display across the facade of the tower itself. To anyone looking directly at the tower, the projected images will make the building seem see-through.
Designed by Roeland Otten, this utility station has been heralded around the world as the most beautiful of its kind.
Unlike most of the houses in this list, this house does not use mirrors or glass to hide itself. Instead, the building is covered in pictures of Juniper trees. Although invisible in some angles, you can still see it!
With the use of steel, glass, copper and concrete this house was made with the intention of making it as strong as an armadillo's back. This building could withstand the many changes in temperature in the dessert!
Designed by Piet Hein Eek as a commission from Hans Liberg, this office would camouflage by looking like a bunch of wood. But by opening the window, it would be revealed to be a small office space that makes use of a lot of natural light.