Imagine tailoring every home to the resident's passions and hobbies -- that is exactly the route that the PAS House took. Forgetting about traditional residence designs, it completely re-imagines what a home could look like and how it functions by focusing on the culture of skateboarding.
The PAS House is a full-scale, 753.5-square foot version of an outdoor skateboard ramp park. Although more of an art installation than an actual home (at the moment, at least), the PAS House will be on display for people to experience. Furnished just like a regular home with a sofa, bed, furniture from the Skate Study House collection and even kitchen appliances, every surface of the Pas House will be nevertheless skateable.
Completely unique, the PAS House was conceived by Pierre-André Senizergues and designed by artist Gil Le Bon Delapointe with the help of architect François Perrin.