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This Stunning Thai Vacation Home Throws Magical Shade

All photos by Ketsiree Wongwan via <a href="">ArchDaily</a>
All photos by Ketsiree Wongwan via ArchDaily

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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