Australian housing firm Modscape developed the Cliff House in response to a number of client requests for homes in extreme coastal locations.
Comprising five storeys, the residence is designed to cling onto the side of a vertical rockface.
Envisioned as a natural extension of the landscape, the dwelling shares a direct relationship with the sea below, utilizing modular design technologies and prefabrication methods.
Residents enter the home through a carport positioned at the uppermost level where an elevator vertically connects each sequential storey.
Interior furnishings are kept as minimal as possible as not to detract from expansive ocean views, and the property’s distinct spatial characteristics.