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Concrete House in The Japanese Mountaıns

Located in Japan’s Ohmine mountain range, Cliff House is a holiday fishing cabin and residence that overhangs the mountainside – a daring and innovative project by Japanese architect Masato Sekiyo.

 Cliff House is a “simple, stable, low-cost building”, with an innovative yet practical approach as a contemporary holiday fishing cabin and residence.

Additionally, the flat roof area running parallel to ground level was also utilised for its open view as a rooftop area, with a subtle barrier employed.

Here, Cliff House perfectly manages to balance contemporary structural design needs in harmony with nature.