Developers behind Britain's first 'invisible' house have revealed how the property will be hidden from public view through the use of cleverly-placed mirrors and state-of-the-art glass.
The two bedroom house, which is set to be built in Lewisham, South London, will feature glass on the upper exterior walls in an attempt to camouflage it with its surroundings. Architects JaK Studios have claimed reflecting images of nearby trees will disguise the outside of the three-storey property.
Billed as an eco-home, the futuristic house will also include a subterranean basement and a roof terrace.
The project is set to be completed in spring 2015.
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