The lengthy, rectangular Invisible Home with its totally mirrored exterior has been a press release piece of structure in Joshua Tree for a few years now. The privately owned dwelling has been obtainable to lease for filming or occasions, and now it’s being bought for $18 million. But when that hefty sum isn’t in your funds, learn on and get a glimpse of the monolith, designed by architect Tomas Osinski and house owner Chris Hanley, that’s now decked out with Flos lighting all through. If you happen to’ve ever owned or seen Flos lighting in individual, simply how lovely every fixture is. Now think about a curated mixture of lamps outfitting an iconic home and it’s pure magic.
Whereas the glass field stays well-lit through the daytime, come late afternoon and night the desert dwelling grows darker because the solar units. Co-owner Roberta Hanley longed to “learn a guide and write a script,” however discovered it troublesome previous to Flos coming in. The Hanley’s beloved how Flos’ fixtures lean in direction of minimalism so that they don’t detract from the scaled again house.
Every Flos fixture stands alone as its personal sculpture, usually framed with the rocky panorama behind it.
A re-edition Chiara ground lamp in stainless-steel with black edges resides in a nook, reflecting its environment.
Above the bath, a sequence of AIM pendant lights cling resembling a constellation of stars seen on the within.
The Invisible Home is below 225 ft lengthy hovering above the rock-filled panorama as an alternative of disturbing it. It even homes a 100-foot-long indoor swimming pool!
Along with the Flos lights inside, outside fixtures are put in close to the firepit to assist illuminate the world at night time.
Love how the encircling panorama is mirrored in Flos’ restricted version Arco Ok Flooring Lamp’s aluminum shade!
If you happen to’re able to make a suggestion, or like us, need to stare upon extra pictures, the Invisible Home is on the market right here.
Photographs by Ambra Crociani for Flos.