A (Quasi) Daily Dose of Vietnam's Busy-Busy Capital. (Archived)
July 20, 2008
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That’s the tax, levied proportionally to the WIDTH of the structures.
VERY narrow lot line. All you need is a sliver I guess. I don’t like the “no window” aspect. Maybe on the other side???
Weird. Does it use a spiral staircase? I can’t imagine a regular one in that extremely narrow space.
Phu, right answer ;). But still, I wonder how one can live in such a space!
Hilda, very good question, I didn’t think of it.. I should go ask my neighbours.
Maybe a “buzz-building”? 😀In any case, a good way to indicate where you live to the ones who come for the first time.Maybe they gonna use the side facade as a hoarding?
Good one 😉Don’t give bad ideas to my neighbors.. I wouldn’t want them to put a giant neon light on the side facade.
When are you coming over to the mother land?
J’y pense… j’y pense. Suis souvent à Tokyo : à peine à 6h de vol de chez toi!
Just making good use of available space … Residential land is limited expensive in Asian cities.
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