This outstanding residence was designed by an architecture studio called Modscape in Victoria (Australia), a firm specialized in modular architecture.
The 5-floor house is hanging of a stunning cliff and, as you may guess, its obvious name is “Cliff house”. It was built in concrete, steel and glass, the ground is a steel structure previously assembled in factory, and is adjusted perfectly well to the lateral surface of the cliff. The house figures a coherent unit with the surrounding nature and cliff.
As you can imagine, the entrance is located through the garage (on the 5th floor) and then you use the lift to go down to the rest of floors. The indoor furniture is scarce and minimalist because the view over the ocean is the cornerstone of the rest – if you dare to sleep without any fears- in this luxury house.
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Images via Modscape