Architecture

Neramit by Boonserm Premthada

Bio

A large roof pavilion that slides open to expose its interior space is conceptually a vehicle inspiring ideas and curiosity about what makes up a space.

This structure, set in the center of The Fields, is Wonderfruit’s breathing town hall, with its layout designed to be multi-functional to cater to various programs and interplays with the site’s changing light and wind directions. Corrugated metal sheets make up the pattern of the roof, utilizing skills of the local build team and allowing modularity.

The sliding roof is designed with human flexibility in mind and questions how we and other living things can live in connection with each other in and between built and natural environments.

A large roof pavilion that slides open to expose its interior space is conceptually a vehicle inspiring ideas and curiosity about what makes up a space.

This structure, set in the center of The Fields, is Wonderfruit’s breathing town hall, with its layout designed to be multi-functional to cater to various programs and interplays with the site’s changing light and wind directions. Corrugated metal sheets make up the pattern of the roof, utilizing skills of the local build team and allowing modularity.

The sliding roof is designed with human flexibility in mind and questions how we and other living things can live in connection with each other in and between built and natural environments.