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The Floating "Air Cabin" Conceptual Home by Yakusha Design


Cliffside living may never be as modern or innovative as the Air Cabin. Conceived by Yakusha Design, this weightless holiday home would make a perfect seaside escape for a surfer both aesthetically and in setting. The entire home itself is a glass box that would be bisected halfway by a concrete pedestal.

The recycled concrete pedestal would suspend the conceptual home above its cliff, and provide a space to conceal the home’s central network so that the flow is uninterrupted. The glass-walled, 500 square foot (ca. 46 m²) living space appears to float, with the pedestal resembling a surfboard fin.

The Air Cabin also shares 270° views beyond its cliffside setting. The decor in the glass home would consist of minimal furnishings so that the floating effect is not obscured, and an integrated shade keeps things a little less bright or more private for the dwellers. Learn more about the conceptual home at Yakusha.

The Floating
The Floating
The Floating
The Floating
The Floating


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