Behold, a barn that disappears magically from view without the help of an invisibility cloak. Seung Teak Lee and Mi Jung Lim of New York-based design practice actually envisioned and created this "Invisible Barn" as an entry in the Folly 2014 competition, and you can probably see why they were awarded with a notable entry.

Sheathed in mirrors, the wooden structure actually blends in with and mirrors its surrounding landscape, so the whole barn looks as if it fades away and vanishes into the forests around it. When you really observe the "Invisible Barn," however, you'll notice the subtle differences between the reflections and actual scenery, as the mirrored images don't exactly assimilate perfectly with nature. 

[via DesignBoom]

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