Have you ever been so warm that you wished your home was as airy as your fancy perforated summer footwear? Someone else has, which is why the architecture firm Tropical Space created this home in the Thanh Khê District of Vietnam. This house is specifically designed for the local climate, which is known for extreme weather changes. They used baked bricks -- a traditional material in Vietnam -- and all the new furniture is made from the timber of the house that used to be on the same plot of land. But the question you’re sure to be asking is, "How do they keep flies out?" The answer to that is a glass frame just inside the brick design that acts as a buffer layer.
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