This wouldn’t be accommodation for the faint hearted.
Norway’s spectacular fjords make a dramatic backdrop for any building.
Now, a Turkish architectural design studio has proposed a boutique hotel built into one of the nation’s famous cliffs.
The concept would be built to look like part of Preikestolen, a 1,982-foot (604m) cliff in southern Norway that has become a popular tourist attraction.
It features a large viewing platform on the top deck that doubles as the entrance to the building, with three floors of guest quarters below.
Each level has a protruding balcony that provides stunning views over the surrounding landscape.
On the lowest level, a long, narrow swimming pool juts out from the cliff face, with a viewing deck that provides a place for guests to, er, relax.
The concept was dreamed up by Hayri Atak, an architectural design studio based in Istanbul.