This house is situated in Shek-O which is a traditional fishing village located at the south east edge in Hong Kong Island and was designed by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects. It has been built with the fullest designs of familiar rural site. Apart from the South China Sea, the design comprises of extensive glass openings in order to view in almost every direction.
There is a seamless transition which starts from inside and projects towards outside in order to combine the house for the entire landscape. And moreover a board which overhands gives protection from the scorching sun. It is meant not for everyone to stay and only a few people in Hong Kong stay in it.
But this project is very vital. Though many of the people are not staying, the glass appearance is marvellous. It is appreciable to find such a building in a fishing village. Moreover the house is very airy and spacious and gives a comfortable stay for anyone.