We champion all architecture associated with performance. That may be stadiums, or concert halls, or even historic amphitheaters. TAAT's temporary Khor I theater takes things to new hights though, turning tables on visitor and actor and giving everyone a chance to perform a play.

The wooden pavilion features wooden cubes inspired by Buddhist prayer wheels, each featuring text from an on-going play. If you visit, you can simply pick up wherever you want and join in the action.

[via Dezeen]

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