Monday, September 13, 2010

There's a House Hidden In This Photograph [Architecture]

Source: http://gizmodo.com/5636924/there-is-a-house-hidden-in-this-photograph

There's a House Hidden In This PhotographLook closely. There is a house hidden in this photograph. It's right there, on plain sight. Can't you see it? Perhaps looking from another angle will help you.

The photo above shows the house's front, as you approach it from the road. It's just a gargantuan natural boulder, which is why the house itself is called the Joshua Tree Boulder House. This is the view from the back:

There's a House Hidden In This Photograph

And this is the back itself:

There's a House Hidden In This Photograph

The 1700-square-foot home rises in desert wonderland, near Joshua Tree State Park, California. It has two bedrooms, two full baths, full kitchen with steel appliances, stained concrete flooring, A/C, double-pane window walls, and 9-inch, 2 pound foam insulation all around. And it can be all yours for just $1.35 million. Not that bad.

Unlike the humble Flintstones house in Portugal, I want to live in this one. [Joshua Tree Boulder House via Archdaily]

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