The Cliff House is a contemporary residence designed by Khosla Associates and located in Chowara, a fishing village in Kerala, India. Overlooking the Arabian Sea coast, the modern crib rests at the edge of a cliff. Its unusual geometry is defined by an asymmetrical sloping roof which was integrated within a coconut plantation. The interior design is highly modern and, according to the architects, it is structured as follows: “On entering the house, the open plan voluminous foyer not only separates the private and public spaces but also extends all the way from the front entrance to the rear deck, where you can wade straight into the 420 sqm. infinity pool. The double height foyer separates the two wings and separates public and private spaces. Guest bedrooms and shaded decks lie to either side of the outdoor pool whose prominent position and expanse compensate for the missing beach access. Additional guest rooms and master bedroom connect to each other on the upper level via a walkway and terrace”. The residence covers an area of 1397 square meters, and each part of the property takes full advantage of its privileged surrounding landscape.