Like its namesake, the Chameleon House has the ability to blend into its rural Michigan landscape. The tower-like structure is clad in galvanized metal and covered by slats of recycled translucent polyethylene. This combination creates a reflective skin that mirrors the color and light of the scenery around it. In contrast to its metallic facade, the four-bedroom interior takes on a warmer hue provided by with Douglas-fir wood panels. The main living area and rises above the treeline where large glazed openings overlook the surrounding cherry orchard while a rooftop terrace affords views reaching Lake Michigan.
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