Who wouldn't want a big house by sea?
If you're worried that sandy ground on beach won't be easy to lay a foundation, it's possible to build right on edge of a cliff.
Let's come to Australia, surrounded by oceans, to see what a real villa built on a rock looks like?
by: Mim Design
The villa is located on a cliff surrounded by forms, with unique sunny conditions.
A landscape staircase is designed at entrance, and a curved corridor leads directly to main part of building.
Walls and stairs in light colors create a minimalist visual effect, while natural stone adds mystery.
Even as you go upstairs, you can see beautiful scenery of waves crashing against beach through all floor-to-ceiling windows.
The east side of second floor is living room, dining room and kitchen with a large flat floor plan and 360° views.
The large dining table for 14 people in dining area and Nakajima cooking table are made of natural stone, which is characterized by extraordinary quality and simplicity.
The designer specially designed a private winery for owner of villa. Meet pleasure of bartending and wine tasting.
In addition to living room, master bedroom is also a sacred viewing space. Curved corners make space feel softer and more gentle.
The master bedroom is next to a small seating area and has been shaded to avoid sun.
The dressing room and bathroom are made in a minimalist style, in one primary color.
The orientation of suite is more towards rock and view from windows is green.
A small living room is connected to a multi-bed room that can accommodate four adults.
The color tone of single room is more Scandinavian, fashionable and warm.
Guests can also use kitchenette to prepare their own meals.
Admiring view of sea in this way can be considered a win in life.