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Architecture studio SO designed this bunker-like concrete house in the Thai city of Chiang Mai around a pathway that provides locals a shortcut between two roads.

Fuzzy House by SO Architects

The studio, which is also known as Situation-based Operation, designed the house for a client who had owned the plot for several years but had left it unused.

Over time, local people had used the route between two roads so much it had eroded a path representing the shortest route across the site.

Fuzzy House by SO Architects

The owner was keen to retain this useful thoroughfare when he commissioned his new home to be constructed on the site, so the path became a feature of the house's design.

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