Awesome Skateboard House

The PAS House is perfect for the person who eats and breathes skateboarding and loves skate clothing. A ribbon-shaped path links the inside and outside of the home together, giving riders the ability to board in a continuous motion.

The house is divided into three separate spaces. The first one includes the living room, dining area and kitchen, the second features a bedroom and bathroom and the third holds a skateboard practice area. The surfaces in all the rooms curve to form a continuous tube with a 10 ft (3 m) radius, so people can actually skate on the ceilings, along with all the curved furniture in the home.

Although the 2,200 sq ft (204 sq m) house is being built at the top of Malibu’s Las Flores Canyon, a full-scale 754 sq ft (70 sq m) version of the original house, created by Etnies owner Pierre-Andr Senizergues and designer Gil Le Bon Delapointe, will be on display in Paris, at La Gat Lyrique, for everyone to experience. The gallery is holding a skateboarding culture exhibition there from now till August 7, 2011. If you happen to see this in Paris, don’t forget to check out a miniature model of the original Malibu house displayed on the dining room table.


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