Australian based Modscape Concept has designed a Cliff House in response to a number of clients who wanted to live on coastal plots in Australia. This Cliff House is a five story building clanged to a cliff’s edge. The inspiration for the modular house came from the shape of barnacles clinging to a hull of a ship.
This Cliff House gives an incredible ocean view while acting as an extension to the natural topography. The modules are arranged vertically with rooms stacked upon each other and securely attached with cliff using engineered steel pins. The residents enter the home through top floor which is a garage, the bedroom, living area and kitchen have separate space on different floors. Each floor is connected with elevator or stairs.
In order to emphasize the natural beauty, the house hosts minimum possible furniture. The bottom floor has a balcony which seems to float above the water. The luxurious lifestyle of the house is extended with patio furniture, an outdoor kitchen and a Jacuzzi tub.
The Cliff House is still a concept but this could open doors to efficient and innovative housing in rocky regions where it was impossible to build at one point. What do you think of the design? Is it too scary to live in or offers a great scenic view? Comment in the section below: