If you’re an adrenaline junkie who is always on the lookout for offbeat stays, you’ve landed at the right place! We’re about to offer you a peek at awe-inspiring architectural fortresses developed by Thilina Liyanage, a Sri Lankan 3D visualizer that resembles wildlife with villas that bend over mountainsides and a yacht club whose roof flexes into the curve of a manta ray’s backside.
His latest creation is a series of futuristic glass and metallic ocean cabins inspired by the shape of dolphins puncturing a cliffside. The villas are constructed entirely from sustainable building materials like bamboo and responsibly harvested wooden chutes using 3D visualization.
Lodged into a tropical mountainside, piercing the cliff to suspend in midair with a cantilever structure, the cabins resemble the rugged science fiction aesthetic of Star Wars, stationed on the cliffside like resistance X-Wing fighter jets ready for battle.
On the inside, the structure accommodates enough space for a bathroom, sleeping area, kitchen, as well as a small living area. The entire cabin is further is supported by four high-tensile suspension cables, and one main support beam bored into the cliffside to keep its cantilever structure horizontal over the bustling ocean below.