Nestled in the forests of Guaira, Paraguay, Casa Himmel features three concrete walls projecting out over the site's lush, hilly landscape.
According to architecture studio Bauen, the glass and steel structure was manufactured in 60 days and assembled in only seven.
Located in Asheville in northern California, The Nova Residence includes a cantilevered steel structure that allows it to lean out over a wooded slope.
The L-shaped, two-storey home was designed by US studio Harding Huebner and is made up of rectilinear volumes topped with a low, overhanging rooftop.
Designed by Izquierdo Lehmann, Casa Encoique includes wood-clad en-suite bedrooms that cantilever out from a circular glass pavilion, which sits within a forest.
Located near Lago Ranco in southern Chile, the building is attached via a concrete walkway to an existing holiday home, allowing the site to accommodate multiple generations.
Wabi Sabi Residence is clad in blackened-cedar and includes two envelopes that slide over a canyon outside Salt Lake City, Utah.
Designed by US studio Sparano + Mooney Architecture, the three-bedroom home's floor-to-ceiling glazed end levitate over the ranch's natural landscape.
The residence is designed to "break the imposed paradigms of construction" in a site where development has reportedly had a detrimental effect on the natural landscape.
The Hub of Huts wellness centre, designed by international architecture studio Network of Architecture, is informed by reflections in water.
Part of the Hotel Hubertus in South Tyrol, it resembles an upside-down village held in mid-air by tree-like columns.
Los Angeles-based The Olancha Drive house by US studio Anonymous Architects features a concrete plinth that cantilevers off the site's steep angle.
The 1,000-square-foot (93 square metre) building balances on friction piles driven into the earth.
This T-shaped house by Stockholm architecture studio Spridd is covered in raked concrete and slotted into a sloped site on the island of Nacka in Stockholm.
The central body of the house fits between the surrounding rocks and expands outwards at its top storey, forming two cantilevered structures that house an open-plan living space.
The upper volume sits astride a similarly proportioned rectilinear ground floor and is supported by stilts at either end.
The rusted steel-clad Caddy Shack by US practice Olson Kundig includes a stilt system that enables it to hover above a suburban neighbourhood.
Located in Austin, Texas, the building's cantilevered deck contains both a swimming pool and hot tub.