[https] [www] [example.net] [foo.html]
It could go even further and obscure the contents of the first, second, and fourth boxes, until you mouseover or focus it (but all of the boxes should appear light red in background for http, and light green for EV, even if you can't see the text in them), and the last one should be far from the one before it, to avoid e.g.:
[https] [www.example.net] [example.org] [foo.html]
[https] [www] [example.org] [www.example.net/foo.html]
Clicking on any box (or the regular Ctrl+L) could turn it back into one box (for easy URI copying) and defocusing it will revert it again. Power users could set a knob to simply always display the 1 bar they've been looking at for the last 25+ years.
Maybe there could even be a conditional 5th area for the query parameters (GET variables) which isn't even shown by default (without input area focus), who knows.
[https] [news] [ycombinator.com] [reply] [id=19032043&goto=item%3Fid%3D19031237%2319032043]
https://example.com.phishing.com -> [https] [phishing.com] [example.com] [foo.html]
[https] [com] [phishing] [com] [example] [foo.html]
Or ditch the protocol and not render http at all by default.