This house in the San Juan Islands of Washington hides itself in nature and reveals its transformer abilities depending on the day. There are floor to ceiling glass walls that can be exposed. Or can be made to be completely open. There is an extendable deck. There is a bathroom roof that can be raised away. Hell, even the interior walls can be re-arranged. It's a house that can change its personality according to nature.

Designed by architecture firm Olson Kundig, the video above shows the house transforming and the nature that surrounds the house in stop-motion. The house is perfect for the landscape it's in, an adaptable box that can take advantages of the beautiful night sky and sweeping views of the bay all at the same time. You can be living at home but still feel like you're living in its surroundings. [Olson Kundig Architects via Dwell]