We’ve covered more than a few mind-bending and seemingly imperceptible housing concepts over the years, but few compare to the sheer absurdity of the Yakusha Design Minimalis Glass ‘Air Cabin’ Concept. As they describe it, the point was “to create a feeling of instability and futility of such an architecture. From the equilibrium point of view, the volume is mounted on a vertical wall, which at the same time, not only stands on a rock but also stands in front of it.” In actual practice, that means an almost 360-degree through the floor to ceiling windows of the cabin that’s impossibly held in place over the edge of cliff with only a monolithic central mounting point. It kind of has that edge-of-the-rocks lighthouse vibe despite the fact it has absolutely no privacy or functional light, but that’s kind of the point–doing the impossible with modern style and accouterments regardless of how ridiculous it seems. Honestly, we applaud the sheer absurdity of it. We’d happily stay there if they ever built it.