From his experience with The Jam Factory project, Duangrit Bunnag, one of Thailand’s leading architects, has learnt how to revive the old building to the best effect.
With his new Project, from historical wooden poles to steel structures in different forms, the WWII-era warehouses was re-introduced to the public as the approximately 4,000-square-metre lifestyle plaza; divided into 4 main sections featuring a variety of shops: from cafés, vinyl shops, fashion stores, furniture showrooms, spa, boutiques to restaurants, gallery for art and exhibition, and a documentary screening space. Plus a creative co-working space with stand-out concept to build a professional network by connecting together creative business freelancers from different fields to meet and exchange to boost career opportunities.
More of urban vibes, our sister venue, the Warehouse 30 is now ready to welcome you!
Open daily from 11.00 to 22.00
Drop by and say hi at Warehouse30