The Phillip Island House by Denton Corker Marshall is a beautiful home on a beautiful bay in an island off the coast of Melbourne. And it's beautiful because you can't really see it. The bay is the house. One of six buildings hiding in plain sight at Gizmodo.
We're used to hearing about military camouflage, which has been used to hide everything from ships to whole towns. But there are plenty of less explicit forms of large-scale camouflage out there—like the architectural sort, which ranges from hiding buildings just below the ground plane to coating them in mirrors.