Set on a lush green cliff among the warm waters of Maui, the Slaughterhouse Beach House is an architectural phenomenon that is clearly a surfer’s paradise. Near one of Hawaii’s most popular surfing spots, the house truly expands the concept of an old school surfing house with three connecting huts. A general living quarters, guest suites and a main sleeping area are connected to one another by a hallway lined with floor-to-ceiling glass walls. Oh and let’s not over look one of the best features of the luxury home—the living room has garage like doors that open up to expansive views of the ocean and pool. The home’s walls are constructed all from natural materials, including rammed earth which is virtually fireproof and have a strong barrier to sound. But who would really mind having to listen to the crashing waves at night?