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[Photos] This Hidden Nghe An House Packs a Green Punch

Located in central Vietnam's Nghe An province, the Cul-de-Sac House catches the attention of passersby thanks to its unusual structure.

Courtesy of Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects, the building features a modern, innovative design which fits like a puzzle piece into its surroundings, reports ArchDaily. At the end of a narrow alley, its entrance holds an indoor garden and courtyard. Upstairs, the three-story structure emphasizes a connection to nature, bringing in natural light and ventilation.

Built for a middle-aged couple and their daughter, the pristine white exterior of the Cul-de-Sac House stands out beside its neighbors, and yet still manages to find harmony in its surroundings.


[Photos via ArchDaily]

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