Sunday, January 3, 2016

Hang Nga Crazy Guest house Tip in Dalat City

A free-wheeling architectural exploration of surrealism, Hang Nga Crazy House is a joyously created, outrageously creative personal home. Think of sculptured rooms connected by super-slim bridges rising out of a tangle of greenery, an excess of cascading lava-flow-like shapes, wild colours, spiderweb windows and a virtually natural quality to everything, with the swooping hand rails appearing like jungle vines. Believe Gaudi meeting Tolkien and dropping acid together.

The brainchild of owner Mrs Dang Viet Nga, the Crazy House has been an imaginative operate in progress given that 1990. Hang Nga, as she's understood locally, has a PhD in architecture from Moscow and has designed a variety of other buildings around Dalat. Among her earlier work of arts, the 'Home with 100 Roofs', was taken apart as a fire threat since the People's Committee thought it looked antisocialist.

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Hang Nga began the Crazy House project to attract individuals back to nature, and though it's ending up being more over-the-top every year, she's not likely to have any more problem with the authorities. Her dad, Truong Chinh, was Ho Chi Minh's follower, working as Vietnam's 2nd president from 1981 until his death in 1988. There's a shrine to him in the ground-floor lounge.

A note of caution for those with young kids: the Crazy House's labyrinth of precarious tunnels, high walkways with low guard rails and high ladders are definitely not kid safe.


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