Collection by Luke Hopping

Camouflaged Houses That Blend in with the Land

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Ready to play spot the modern home? The built and natural environments are virtually indistinguishable at these covert dwellings.

Brown and his dog Katsu head to the river; the path was once a dumping ground on top of a long-defunct underground oil...
“If you look closely at the concrete wall, the curvature is based on one really simple formal move,” says Massie.
Architect Konieczny lifted the existing ground and wrapped it around the roof and exterior rooftop staircase,...
The home’s east-west orientation picks up sunlight twice a day and makes the house blend seamlessly into the wooded...
A square hole in the ground and a concrete slab are all that demarcate Byoung Cho’s Earth House from the surrounding...
Located in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, this modern house is camouflaged almost perfectly to its rocky environment.
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