Looking over lake Michigan, the Chameleon House is a tower-like structure that was designed to blend into the beautiful surrounding nature. The structure is made with galvanized metal and is covered in slats of fully recycled translucent polyethylene.
The modern design of this home creates a reflective exterior that was made to mirror the light and color of the scenery around it. This four-bedroom home's interior uses a warm color palette, which contrasts its hard exterior. With Douglas Fir panels and a soft color scheme, the bedrooms, kitchen and raised living room offer a comfortable space to look down on the lake. The Chameleon House features a rooftop terrace with high-end finishes and the perfect view of nature, making it easy to appreciate everything around it.
Image Credit: Schaub Team Premier Realty, Uncrate
The Chameleon House Was Designed to Disappear into Nature
Madison Mackay — February 21, 2018 — Art & Design
References: schaubteam & uncrate