"In the various languages I’ve come to know, there’s nothing like the English ever. Never is easy to find: nunca in Spanish, nikdy in Czech. It’s a necessary fist of a word, a way to end a conversation. Ever is the eccentric hand that keeps gesturing, that doesn’t care if it sounds emotional: Would you ever consider moving in with me… ever think you might…"
"Invisible" architecture isn’t a novel concept — see South Korea’s in-the-works, LED-clad Infinity Tower. But it’s an evolving one. Given the pace of technological change, an architect is never done finding fresh ways to make a building disappear.
In the case of the reflective object above, the revelation is the technology the architects chose not to use.