The team from Thor.Kaichon is busy in The Fields creating the structure for The Sharing Neighbourhood, home to SC ASSET’s line up of workshops and community activities. Their inspiration comes from ASEAN bamboo architecture, and you might recognize familiar features like the principal posts, tie beams, rafters and ridge purlins.

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What’s different, though, is the roof, which has been researched, tested and designed to be lined with fabric. The concept is inspired by the Thai floral patterns that have been sewn onto the fabric to complete the final, beautiful aesthetic. When the architects are finished, you’ll be able to come on in and explore The Sharing Neighbourhood – a pavilion made with tools and structured, shaped and decorated with nature in mind.

Once you’re inside, you can join the team from SC ASSET for a delicious breakfast, try your hand at mandala making, wood carving or Thai cookery.  So, don’t miss out – book your tickets now.