“Extent” is a hyper-specific programmed structure that explores the spatial and visual limits of its environment. At once subtle and dominant, the space between and around two parallel walls enables activities of rest, viewing, and play, while being in a dialogue with the vastness of Joshua Tree. “Extent” performs as an instrument that is reciprocally imprinted on and projecting to the site.
Client: Space Saloon in collaboration with Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-ARC) and INDA
Program: Cultural, Pavilion
Size: 1,200 SF
Location: Joshua Tree, CA
Architect: KM,A (Kyle May, Robert Prochaska, Melis Ugurlu)
Participants: Asya Nur Celik, Amanda Dellevigne, Priscila Villalpando, Max Maria, Wendy Cox, Luiza De Souza, Pollakrit Naimee, Sasipa Punkasem, Thanapond, Namnanthasith, Yuka Sato, Ramita Yibmontasiri, Jacqueline Huang, Tamara Birghoffer, Chinnapat Asavabenya, Sakaokaew Jindawitchu, Santhila Chanoknamchai, Thatsama Leeumnadwong, Pakjira Itthisang, Panchaya Sonkom, Praewa Keereewan, Chularach Engchanil, Tanaboon Kittisrikangwan, Thanjira Vimonanupong, Ranchana Rungwatanawong, Natdanai Wareerinsiri, Kongphob Amornpatarasin, Chutimon Suetragulwong
Images: Daniel Schwartz, KM,A, Darcstudio