No, your eyes aren't playing tricks on you. When it's pitch black outside this suburban home — named — seems to disappear completely into the sky. Even weirder? During the day it shows off cosmic constellations and glittering stars that are usually reserved only for when the sun is asleep. So basically, at any given time the unique exterior is downright stellar (pun intended).
The unique facade was created by artist for the , which is a large-scale exhibition in Chicago and other cities that feature art installations in residential areas. This particular home is located in a Oak Park, Illinois neighborhood (and yes, someone really lives there!) and the construction of the starry exterior was relatively simple: McQuillen (a trained printmaker) printed images from Hubble telescope photos onto styrene panels, then mounted them onto the home. And the results were (clearly) out of this world.
Take a look at what the house looks like during the day: