Founded in 2013 in Bangkok, the studio is now based in London and works on a variety of different projects including architecture, interiors, furniture, exhibitions and installations.
The duo has a particular interest in virtual reality and the effect that the technology will have on architecture.
An installation Space Popular created for the 2019 Tallinn Architecture Biennale in 2019 explored how virtual reality will change the way we communicate, and proposed that the technology could allow people's homes to merge digitally with those of their friends and family.
In order that that those stuck at home due to the Coronavirus pandemic are able to experience the installation, the studio created a video version which premiered on Dezeen.
The studio has also previously designed a digital installation in the gate of a historic palace in Seoul, South Korea and a house in Valencia, Spain which slots into a green steel frame.
The interview is part of our VDF Screentime series, a series of live interviews which has featured trend forecaster Li Edelkoort, New York architecture practice SO-IL, The World Around curator Beatrice Galilee, British-Israeli architect Ron Arad, architect Chris Precht and Dong-Ping Wong.
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