Thursday, April 01, 2010

World's first invisible garden office goes into production

While we've showcased some amazing designs on Shedworking, this is probably one of the most unbelievable: a timber building built to be invisible to everybody looking at it from the outside but kitted out like a regular garden office inside. The first prototype - pictured above - comes from Danish firm Loof Rapil and comes in three different models starting at 3m x 3m featuring recycled horse hair insulation and Western Red Cedar cladding.

The clever bit is the invisibility mechanism which is largely done with mirrors and some smoke - along similar lines to that reported by the BBC - click here for more details.

Related stories:
- New garden office seed discovered (click here for details)
- Treehugger searches for new offices
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  1. I just can't see what you are talking about

  2. Ha ha ha! I actually believed this for a second!