Tea farmers from the Thanh An Tea Hills region in Vietnam are going to be enjoying a community-enhancing pavilion. The structure boasts an incredibly interesting construction that has exceptional detail. Done in collaboration between Hanoi-based firm Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects and Vietnamese studio Dang + Partners, the white pavilion is made of 2,000 wooden cross-shaped components. Dubbed 'Module+,' the framework of the structure fits like a puzzle.
The pavilion is set in a secluded spot, next to the Dap Cau Cau lake. Of course, the collaborative efforts of Nguyen Khac Phuoc Architects and Dang + Partners do not only have an aesthetic end. The Module+ is built to offer tea farmers a place where they can converge and strengthen their communities, as well as a space for tourist to marvel at the surrounding landscape.
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