World’s First Skateboard Home Design: Pierre André Senizergues PAS House


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A former world champion and Pro Skater and the founder of the skate shoe company Etnies Pierre André Senizergues has completed the world’s first skateboard house designed to be used in its entirety to skate as well as being a private residence.

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Located in Malibu, California, the PAS House will let you to skate all areas and surfaces, interior and exterior. The skateboard home design is divided into three separate spaces. The first includes the living room, dining room and kitchen, the second has a bedroom and bathroom and the third one the skateboard area.

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Each space is skateable as the ground becomes the wall then the ceiling in a continuous surface to form a tube with a radius of 10 feet. The furnishings are also skateable, if integrated into the curve as the living room, kitchen or bathroom, or simply as an object standing as the dining room table, the kitchen island or bed.

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With this Skateboard House, the great dream of generations of skaters who wanted to bring their practices in the home has come true. The prototype of this unique residence was recently featured in La Gaite Lyrique museum in Paris.

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