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Cliff House

Cliff House is a minimalist house located in Nova Scotia, Canada, designed by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects. This project is the first of a series of projects for a large 455 acre site on Nova Scotia's Atlantic coast. This pure box in the landscape is precariously perched off a bedrock cliff to heighten one's experience of the landscape through a sense of vertigo and a sense of floating on the sea. This strategy features the building's fifth elevation - its 'belly'. (10)

Name: Cliff House

Designer: MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects

Location: Nova Scotia, Canada

Year: 2013

Cliff House is a minimalist house located in Nova Scotia, Canada, designed by MacKay-Lyons Sweetapple Architects. This project is the first of a series of projects for a large 455 acre site on Nova Scotia’s Atlantic coast. This pure box in the landscape is precariously perched off a bedrock cliff to heighten one’s experience of the landscape through a sense of vertigo and a sense of floating on the sea. This strategy features the building’s fifth elevation – its ‘belly’.

This modest 960 square foot cabin functions as a rustic retreat. Its main level (16×44) contains a great room with a north cabinet wall, along with a service core. The open loft (16×16) is a sleeping perch. A large south-facing deck allows the interior stage to flow outward through the large windows.

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