"Invisible" tiny house disappears into its surroundings

Architect Carly Coulson preaches a form of design she calls “invisible sustainability.” This approach takes sustainable design principles and incorporates them into an aesthetic that is rigorously minimal. The Disappear Retreat is one of Coulson’s flagship designs, aiming for what is dubbed “triple-zero living” – zero energy, zero waste, zero water…
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