WEB DESK: Can you spot the house from it’s surroundings? In these four architectural masterpieces the beauty of the surrounding is reflected in these living spaces.
One of Treehotel’s seven unique bungalows, The Mirrorcube is accessible by a 40-foot rope bridge. The getaway is very secluded, with the nearest house over 1,600 feet away. However, hotel owners Britta and Kent Lidvall are in the area to provide guests with a traditional Swedish breakfast as part of their stay.
This design by architects Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård combines two housing trends in one. Called “The Mirrorcube,” the reflective treehouse is part of the extremely chic Treehotel in Harads, Sweden.
This a view of the Pichler’s Homes, in Italy.
Pictured here is the back facade of the homes, which beautifully reflect the surrounding Dolomites mountain range.
Meanwhile, the duplex’s west facade captures a panorama of the area’s apple orchards.
Each unit features a kitchen, living room, bathroom, bedroom, and skylights to let in the sunshine. The homes are split by a long fence, and each one has its own private garden.
This Austria’s Casa Invisible– which means the invisible house.
Source: Business Insider