A reimagined space for all things Wonderfruit, in one living place.
Step inside our living body. This evolving, natural venue is a concentrated capsule of the Wonderfruit experience in its many forms. The village is a brand new home for music, workshops, food, and experiences in a community atmosphere brimming with life.
Explore a sprawling venue designed by Wonder fam Ab Rogers Design, built with recycled plastic materials. Discover the colors of Creature Stage by Indorama. Find your place within the undulating landscape. Reconnect with the Wonderfruit elements.
The Living Village is designed to resemble the senses of the human body. Each sense is represented, offering chances to touch, taste, hear, see and feel in new ways.
Within the ear is Creature Stage by Indorama, a new performance space incorporating materials derived from recycled plastic. Creature Stage gently amplifies sound into the surrounding village, filling the landscape with music.
Workshops and activities fill the hand. Within shaded fingers, The Concept Lab explores upcycling and recycling with Precious Plastic and Indorama, and Wonderfruit’s ethos is handed to Wonderers visiting the palm.
A space for taste in a long, communal space. The Ziggurat by Singha stands proudly within the Tongue, serving Singha beer and refreshments and offering the ideal view of Creature Stage beyond.
Connected to the Ear of Living Village is a new performance space for Wonderfruit 2019, Creature Stage by Indorama—both a focal point of the surrounding village, and an expanded expression of Wonderfruit’s sustainable ethos. The stage attracts attention day and night with bright colours and illumination, drawing the eye whether housing a performance or standing by. The structure makes use of fabrics spun from recycled plastic fibres, in turn created from recycled PET bottles. Bangkok’s residents have been tasked with donating used bottles to our dedicated Wonderfruit collection bins, giving purpose to a waste product usually seen as a problem.
Creature Stage will be decorated with textiles produced from recycled plastic bottles. PET bottles are being collected from thoughtful Bangkok residents, which Indorama will recycle to make more than 1900m of fabric for the Ab Rogers-designed performance space. A total of 20,000 plastic bottles, nearly 300kg, will be processed to make the decorative fabrics.