Hungary-based graphic and architectural designer Viktoria Nyerges has conceptualized a high-altitude cliff house for mountainous regions and it is something beyond expectations. This unique house is tucked into a mountain cliff so that it seamlessly blends into the site and offers an expansive view of the surrounding area.
Featuring an angular design, the concrete structure has large glass walls strategically placed to offer views of outside, and even the sky above. There is a possibility to get an outside view from every part of the house, even while taking a dip in the bathtub.
The interior space is designed to be open, highly accessible, and impactful. It seems like a two-story dwelling with a bedroom upstairs and a living room with a wood-burning fireplace on the first level. The inhabitants can gaze at the stars from the comfort of the bed or the couch in the living room.
The designer has envisioned it as a secluded retreat that evokes a sense of privacy. But going by project images, it’s slightly difficult to comprehend the approach to this solitary home.
Follow Homecrux on Google News!