There's been some pretty gorgeous and inventive new architecture hailing from Southeast Asia recently, and this one in Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand is equally marvelous. The wrap-around triangular wooden lath, for one, filters in varying light and shadows throughout the day, making the 2,600-square-foot residence a dynamic space to explore. The work of Bangkok-based firm IDIN Architects, the two-level retreat is oriented towards a lake, with a dramatic roof overhang sheltering a glassy pavilion-like area by the pool.
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