Inspired by the way in which barnacles latch on to rock and the side of the hulls of ships, Australian architecture collective Modscape have designed a modular home that delivers an ocean view like no other. Not for those afraid of heights, or water for that matter, the home is designed to be anchored to a cliff face via steel pins and will act as a natural extension rather than being built like a traditional home near the edge. The home is accessible through the top two-car overhang where a staircase and lift take you to the remaining four floors below. Inside, the interior is kept minimal with little furniture, as the focus is devoted to the large panoramic windows and breathtaking view. Commissioned by a couple as a holiday home near the southwest coast of Victoria, Australia, once insured, this home will be the first of its kind.