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You might be confused when you walk down this entrance way at the Dilip Sanghvi House in Surat, because you'll find yourself at a large array of wooden slats, designed to be a door but look like a curtain. It was created by Indian Architecture firm Matharoo Associates, who crafted it out of Burma Teak and hid mechanisms within to allow for a curvy opening. Just don't go storming through in a huff and attempt to slam it, because your dramatic anger will be reduced to a graceful sway. 


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