The Thread is a work that questions the definition of a wall. The 9-metre high timber structure transforms the wall typology into a commons. It was conceived in relation to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs; the construction sequence would mimic each need on a daily basis, as a shelter, a make-shift bar, or presentation room. The result is a new kind of wall to question physical borders, creating a space which provides shelter as well as unity.
Read the Arch Daily article about the project here.