The long, rectangular Invisible House with its fully mirrored exterior has been an announcement piece of architecture in Joshua Tree for a few years now. The privately owned home has been available to rent for filming or events, and now it’s being sold for $18 million. But when that hefty sum isn’t in your budget, read on and get a glimpse of the monolith, designed by architect Tomas Osinski and homeowner Chris Hanley, that’s now decked out with Flos lighting throughout. When you’ve ever owned or seen Flos lighting in person, you realize just how beautiful each fixture is. Now imagine a curated mixture of lamps outfitting an iconic house and it’s pure magic.
While the glass box stays well-lit throughout the daytime, come late afternoon and evening the desert dwelling grows darker because the sun sets. Co-owner Roberta Hanley longed to “read a book and write a script,” but found it difficult prior to Flos coming in. The Hanley’s loved how Flos’ fixtures lean towards minimalism so that they don’t detract from the scaled back space.
Each Flos fixture stands alone as its own sculpture, often framed with the rocky landscape behind it.
A re-edition Chiara floor lamp in stainless-steel with black edges resides in a corner, reflecting its surroundings.
Above the bath, a series of AIM pendant lights hang resembling a constellation of stars seen on the within.
The Invisible Home is under 225 feet long hovering above the rock-filled landscape as a substitute of disturbing it. It even houses a 100-foot-long indoor swimming pool!
Along with the Flos lights inside, outdoor fixtures are installed near the firepit to assist illuminate the world at night.
Love how the encompassing landscape is reflected in Flos’ limited edition Arco K Floor Lamp’s aluminum shade!
When you’re able to make a proposal, or like us, need to stare upon more photos, the Invisible Home is on the market here.