PAS House is the ultimate dream for generations of skateboarders. Designed by Air Architecture, in collaboration with LA-based architect Francois Perrin, designer Gil Lebon Delapointe, and the client former World champion and Pro Skater Pierre Andre Senizergues (PAS), the concept of the house is a ribbon that creates a continuous skateable surface from the outside to the inside. It is divided into three separate spaces: (1) the living room, dining room, and kitchen, (2) a bedroom and bathroom and (3) a skateboard practice area. The furniture is also skateable, both the integrated pieces and the standing pieces.
PAS House is the first home to be used entirely for skateboarding as well as a traditional dwelling. It is also architecturally groundbreaking with its construction of a non Euclidian geometrical space with a continuous surface.
A model of the project, plus a full scale prototype of the living area, was presented in Paris for the exhibition Public Domaine/Skateboard Culture at la Gaite Lyrique, complete with a team of pro skateboarders.