Expanding on his previous project the CyberHouse, architect Alex Wyzhevsky of Modern House imagines the CyberHouse Life. The 1,370-square-meter dwelling is embedded into a cliffside above a mountain lake. Consisting of two buildings — a garage and a main house — each piece is organically placed throughout the terrain not to disrupt from its natural beauty. Every level is capped with a wall of glazing, affording the interior unique views of the landscape. As the structure cascades down the slope, interior spaces open to the outdoors through a series of terraces and a floating deck. While the house is designed for those who love life, a sturdy construction of monolithic concrete, heavy-duty steel, and bulletproof glass will help protect you from external factors that could potentially keep you from doing so.
Photos: Modern House