Posting a house every day is too much. Let's try a building once in a while.
Building new commercial structures in the middle of a block is not a strategy that most American developers will pursue. In Viet Nam, there are several examples in TP. Hồ Chí Minh of new developer office buildings built mid-block with meager access from the main streets. This new small building on Pasteur Street (between Nguyễn Đình Chiểu and Điện Biên Phủ Streets) is set back from Pasteur Street behind two older structures.
A small alley leads to the building, named Pasteur Tower.
The building entry is crammed in behind the older structures.
I thought that the older structure adjacent to the access alley might be torn down, but they are now renovating it.
As an international style composition, however, I think it is very well designed. The facade facing Pasteur Street is purely compositional. The opaque band rising up through the right side of the facade appears to have no functional use. The windows remaining on the right edge have no real use since they are largely blocked by the corner structural column of the building.
Whereas most modernist design bows to functional rationality, this composition is purely intellectual and inventive.
Whereas most western buildings look the same all around the building, this building is typical of many newer buildings in HCMC where the back and side facades have entirely different materials and styles.