If you’ve been a Cool Material for any amount of time, you know that we love A-Frame cabins whether they’re the small, homebuilt operations on private property or larger, complex-style mass-production options for resorts. One thing that’s still new to us is the suspended option imagine by Milad Eshtiyaghi Studio off the coast of Mendocino, California because this A-Frame cabin concept literally hangs off a cliff. Built with an obelisk-style rear structure that connects to the cabin with five supporting cables, the Suspended House as it’s called hangs off the California coast to give you stunning views, an unparalleled connection to your surroundings and maybe even vertigo–while still being outfitted with all the bespoke, high-end creature comforts you’ve become accustomed to. The matte black and natural wood contrasting materials present both inside and out add to the high design DNA of the space while the enormous glass windows allow you to enjoy your surroundings–capped off with the suspended glass platform below the structure that includes an accessible sleeping area and couch.
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