8 Outstanding Houses Safely Hidden From Sight

Most of you would be aware that chameleons are blessed with a character to change colors and blend into the background thus avoiding detection.But, did you know that we have found some chameleon houses which are so safely hidden away that it takes a keen eye to really identify it?

Read on to check out these amazing houses.

Dugout house in Texas, USA

Can you believe this house is installed 6.5 feet (2 m) in the ground although it looks like a simple dugout from outside?

 

The house comprises of all the primary luxuries and a small pool in the backyard.

 

 

Pine Trees Bungalow, British Columbia, Canada

The Pine trees provide a perfect canopy hiding the house away from plain sight.

 

The interiors are astoundingly good as well.

 

Houses Atop Shopping Malls, Hunan, China

The architecture of the houses here is nonstandard, mainly because with a population of more than 4 million people, the space for construction is reduced over time.

A solution to the chaos.

 

Mansion In A Canyon, Utah, USA

A married couple built this house in 1986, wanting some peace and quiet away from the city life.

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This place houses cozy room with comfort.

 

Villa Vals in Vals, Switzerland

Although this house is bizarre the builder was just abiding by the Swiss laws.

 

Since the buildings will spoil the landscape, the local law prohibits it. So, the architect decided to just build a house in a cave.

 

Cliff house in Coquimbo, Chile

Hidden along the cliff, this house has a spectacular view.

 

The house has two levels, which includes an underground unit.

Lake chalet in Hordaland, Norway

The house was constructed to blend with the perfect landscape.

 

The architects have done an excellent work with the full intergration of the landscape.

 

Penthouse in a rock in Beirut, Lebanon

Have you ever imagined a house between the rocks?

Well, it was built and ultimately taken over by a Lebanese real-estate agency.

 

Cliff Retreat project

This is a bonus picture of a cleverly Photoshopped image by VisualizingArchitecture.com’s Alex Hogrefe.