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The Camouflage House Blends in With Nature

By: Andrew Robichaud - Published: • References: johnsenschmaling & swipelife
The design for the Camouflage House by Johnsen Schmaling Architects came out exactly as it was intended; invisible. The house is located on a bluff in Wisconsin and due to the composition of the house combined with the make up of the forest, the house can often seem to become one with nature and unnoticeable to the casual eye.

The flat structure, combined with unfinished cedar panels and bright veneer panels, can often transform the house into a regular part of nature. The rear of the house stretches out a second floor to take full advantage of a lakeside view.

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