Inspired by a walk through bamboo forests, new temporary theatre Khor I is visually striking and aims to be equally meditative. Designed by TAAT (Theatre as Architecture, Architecture as Theatre), a newly founded cooperative from The Netherlands, the pavilion is made up of slim timber batons, shaped like pyramids.

The concept space is designed for guests to perform a play without any guidance or introduction, simply by reading a script incorporated in the installation. Based on the mechanism of Buddhist prayer wheels, visitors read the script which are etched onto the wheels, moving from one to the next, and giving the whole experience a mantra-like feel.

Reminiscent of UK pop up Theatre on the Fly, Khor I is another project that, with the help of architecture, changes the theatre experience by making it more accessible. Check out the pictures below.