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“The owners’ first direction to us was to ‘create something that’s transparent, because we want to see through it,’ ” architect Gisue Hariri says of a contemporary, ipe-paneled poolhouse in Wilton, Connecticut, her firm designed for a couple and their two children, ages 12 and 14. “The pool and structure become one.” Outdoor furniture, Janus et Cie.

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“The owners’ first direction to us was to ‘create something that’s transparent, because we want to see through it,’ ” architect Gisue Hariri says of a contemporary, ipe-paneled poolhouse in Wilton, Connecticut, her firm designed for a couple and their two children, ages 12 and 14. “The pool and structure become one.” Outdoor furniture, Janus et Cie.

Hoa Lu. On l'appelle « La baie d'Along terrestre ». À une centaine de kilomètres du sud de Hanoi, cette petite ville qui fut capitale autour de l'an 1000, multiplie les images de l'Asie éternelle.

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Hoa Lu. On l'appelle « La baie d'Along terrestre ». À une centaine de kilomètres du sud de Hanoi, cette petite ville qui fut capitale autour de l'an 1000, multiplie les images de l'Asie éternelle.

Find Amano'I Vĩnh Hải, Ninh Hải, Vietnam information, photos, prices, expert advice, traveler reviews, and more from Conde Nast Traveler.

Find Amano'I Vĩnh Hải, Ninh Hải, Vietnam information, photos, prices, expert advice, traveler reviews, and more from Conde Nast Traveler.

Don't we all need a boathouse? Beardsley Design Associates -

Don't we all need a boathouse? Beardsley Design Associates -

Villas with a view - and a housekeeper from  Singapore-based Aman Resorts first Vietnam property, the ultra-luxe Amano’i.

Villas with a view - and a housekeeper from Singapore-based Aman Resorts first Vietnam property, the ultra-luxe Amano’i.

Brno armchair, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1929–30  Courtesy ©The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCA LA/Art Resource, New York

Brno armchair, designed by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, 1929–30 Courtesy ©The Museum of Modern Art/Licensed by SCA LA/Art Resource, New York

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