The Khor I temporary theatre by TAAT showcases architecture that looks structurally sliced.
Located in the Netherlands, this theater construction is a show of fantastical architectural talent by TAANT. It is constructed with timber batons that are arranged to have an almost pixelated look of wooden beauty. The architect explains that the construction took inspiration from a bamboo forest.
"This creates an intimacy that opens itself to the public and embraces the public at the same time," explains architectural designer Breg Horemans. The inclusive open concept space is a temporary construction that encourages Buddhist worshipers to read script as they move through the space and spin wooden prayer wheels. The avant-garde aesthetic and inspired wooden design is distinctive in its approach to worship spaces and architectural innovation.
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By: Alexandra Serrano - Published: Oct 3, 2012 • References: dezeen