Located on the remote Quadra Island in British Columbia, the Tula House by Patkau Architects is a spectacularly constructed contemporary residence sitting cliffside 44 feet above the Pacific Ocean. The residence blends with the irregular topography surrounding it, while the views stretch over the open water and to the mountain ranges on the mainland of British Columbia. Made up of a loose arrangement of black concrete walls with a roof planted in moss and native cover grounds, the Tula House appears to be part of the surrounding ground plane. The interior of the home is defined by a series of glazed ocean views and elements of nature, including a small tidal basin off the kitchen nook and a ledge of moss-covered rock in the bedrooms. Furthermore: a steel-framed, wooden deck extends from the edge of the cliff to the ocean. Check out photos of this amazing residence above.