Shoe company collaborates with designers to create a vision of skateboarding’s future.
Pierre-André Senizergues and designer, Gil Le Bon Delapointe in collaboration with shoe company Etnies recently debuted the Pas House project part of the Public Domaine Exhibition held at La Gaîté Lyrique in Paris. Pas House is A full-scale, 753.5-square foot living space where everything is skateable. The interior is outfitted with Le Bon Delapointe’s custom furniture creations including chairs, tables and room dividers made from skateboard decks and the excess cutoff plywood.
Imagine a city of the future where skateboards are used as the primary form of transportation and recreation – in and out of your home. A utopia city for skateboarders would mean that a skateable path, like a ribbon connecting everything together, links each building in an unending ability to keep in motion on your board. The PAS House takes this concept and brings it to life through an architectural project mixing a modern single family home with a skateboard ramp structure – all from an environmentally-driven perspective.
Pas House will be on display through August 7th and Etnies will be inviting pro skaters throughout the summer to test out the interior and stage impromptu demos.