Glenorchy艺术和雕塑公园，GASP !,是11号房间第一次进入公共建筑。在塔斯马尼亚Glenorchy的Derwent河沿岸，11号房子建造了一个五颜六色校准的公共走道-桥，巧妙地连接以前被边缘化，但惊人的美丽的前滨。 “我们从怀旧的地方制造的愿景转移，并拥抱间隙’空间’与美味。 “托马斯·贝利说。丰富的鸟类和河流的柔滑表面能够被仔细检查，因为人们走过连接现有的学校，游乐场，主要夹带中心和划船俱乐部的温柔弧。
The Glenorchy Arts and Sculpture Park, GASP!, is Room 11’s first foray into public architecture. Along the River Derwent in Glenorchy, Tasmania, Room 11 has built a colourfully calibrated public walkway which deftly links previously marginalised, but surprisingly beautiful sections of foreshore. “We move on from nostalgic visions of place making and embrace interstitial ‘spaces’ with relish. “ states Thomas Bailey. Abundant birdlife and the silky surface of the river are able to be closely inspected as one walks the gentle arc which links an existing school, playground, major entrainment centre and rowing club..
Punctuating the arc are two carefully crafted pavilions which offer shelter, seating and a location to pause and consider the water plane and sky. The staged project was the result of a limited design competition in 2010. Stage 2, a subsequent pavilion and concrete courtyard upon a redundant industrial platform has recently been completed. Maniacal blunt forms frame and command the superlative Tasmanian landscape. GASP! has been conceived as a ribbon along which contemporary art events and installations can occur, the new architecture is an important feature of this. Turner Prize winning Artist Susan Phillipsz was commissioned by GASP!, to undertake the inaugural art project, The Waters Twine an 8 channel sound project embedded into the boardwalk in March 2013. Further events and installations are now underway.