A white layer extends over the bent rooftop of Jiunvfeng Study, a mountainside structure designed by Gad Line+ Studio above Dongximen Village in Shangdong, China.

A lightweight steel outline frames the sensitive structure of the building, which roosts on a rough edge looking over Mount Tai.

Considered China’s most popular holy mountain, Mount Tai has been a sacred place for thousands of years.

The structure, commissioned by Tai’an’s tourism body, has breathtaking views over the holy mountain and Shenlong Grand Canyon.

Bended glass walls all around encircle a viewing deck for guests. Toward one side, a coffee shop has tables to sit at while taking in the view.