We didn’t think it was possible, but the House in Kitasando has actually been one-upped by the PAS House in Malibu, California. The house, by architect Francois Perrin and designer Gil Lebon Delapointe for skateboarder Pierre Andre Senizergue, is designed with one goal in mind – that Senizergues can skate literally every surface of the house. Named the PAS House after the former world champ, the yet-to-be-built concrete and glass residence will be split into three sections to accomodate living and dining areas at one end, a bedroom and bathroom in the middle, and a practice area at the far end. The architects have already built a full-size wooden prototype to demonstrate how walls, floors and ceilings will form a continuous curved surface and even furniture and worktops can be skated over. In terms of architectural ingenuity, the design also represents a groundbreaking step forward with the construction of a non Euclidian geometrical space with a continuous surface that creates a new experience of the domestic space – more fluid and dynamic than what has gone before. The project will be located at a site overlooking the Pacific at the top of Malibu – methinks the owner will find he has a lot of new friends soon, saying “party at Pierre’s”. (Source: Dezeen)