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[Photos] Soc Son's Home Among the Pines

A new house in Soc Son, outside of Hanoi, will have residents living in the trees.

The home, called Forest House 02, according to ArchDaily, was crafted by D12 Design. The project was led by Chu Van Dong and completed this year, and has us urban dwellers pining for some time among the pines.

Located next to the same firm's first Forest House, the abode features abundant natural light thanks to huge windows overlooking the surrounding woods and hills. The bathroom's stone walls enhance the rustic charm, while a hot tub will ward off northern Vietnam's winter chill.

Check out more photos of this jealousy-inducing house by Le Hoang below.

[Photos via Arch Daily]


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