In California the house is a chameleon blends with the desert
In the California desert the Coachella valley has established a house is a chameleon called “Mirage” with its mirrored walls and the same interiors.
On a clear day the walls of the house take the color of the environment, he almost blends in with the landscape. Unusual building will stand in the desert until the end of October.
Home “Mirage” is part of a larger art exhibition, Desert X, which will last until 31 October 2017. The Creator of “transparent” buildings — famous artist Doug Aitken.
Cottage-chameleon is one of 16 objects that are installed directly in the desert during the exhibition.
Wow! This is a sight to see ?Mirror-covered, home-shaped art installation reflects its desert environment https://t.co/DoNTVcD2HD pic.twitter.com/0l8MyGiJVC
— Jack Phan (@JackPhan) 13 Mar 2017
“This is a typical American house, appearing out of nowhere and vanishing without a trace depending on the time of day,” he told Aitken.
“After the Second world war, these houses began to be produced and sold in finished form throughout the country. They built up the suburbs of hundreds of cities. This ranch — the symbol of America,” explained the artist.