By: Amy Schellenbaum
As the onslaught of microhomes and isolated writers' huts can attest, often when it comes to new-found (or rediscovered) architectural tropes, what starts as a trickle of innovators quickly turns into a flood of LEDs and raw concrete. Such is the case with "disappearing" architecture, buildings that master the art of camouflage by way of mirrored walls, hologram-style images, or other such trickery. Here now, 14 examples of buildings that fade from the foreground.
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