At the Architect
Expo 2010 in Bangkok, Thailand-based studio Apostrophy’s
has created the vibrant ART4D Pavillion. On their website, Apostrophy's refers to the playful pavilion
as a "Pee Pa Home," which in Thai which means a Ghost Blanket, referring to childhood games of covering an area of play with a blanket.
The pavilion is constructed of carefully sewn fabric hanging from lime green posts, and punctured by black zippers to create doors and windows. According to their blog, the it consists of five different zones:
is a space for reading and choosing which is to buy.
is a spaces for resting, sitting, lying and sleeping. The 4d pillows are put in this space. The form of it allows the people to adjust its size for sitting and sleeping.
is a space for making and drinking coffee. A coffee machine is put there. Anyone can drink.
is space for paying. Magazines or books are paid here.
is a space for kids to play, run around while their parents are buying the magazines."