Known as Warehouse 30, the project is a wonderful reminder of the once-thriving river traffic that defined this part of Bangkok and the need to preserve the area’s amazing cultural heritage.
Duangrit Bunnag, the architect-project owner, has kept all the original buildings as they have always been. “We put in modern facilities such as electricity, plumbing, air-conditions, and glass windows without changing the original charm of the warehouses,” he explained.
Located in the heart of the Creative District on Charoen Krung 30, Warehouse 30 has six more shophouses built in later eras, which will operate as a bistro, Thai restaurant-canteen style, and a day spa.
For now, the project has four warehouses in operation:
Warehouse No. 4: A fashion ﬂagship store of Duangrit Bunnag's own brand, the "Lonely Two Legged Creature"
Warehouse No. 5: A spacious cafe serving coffee and drinks by ‘Library’, light meals by ‘The Fox and The Moon’ and a cocktail bar by ‘Summer Heath.’
Warehouse N. 6: A ﬂower shop by ‘Wallﬂowers’, a shop for super bike rider's accessories by ‘8080 Café’ and a selected store for international brands of lifestyle items
Warehouse No. 7: The Warehouse 30 Market is an open-plan market with assorted lifestyle products, arts, crafts, books, home decoration items, vintage corner, vinyl, organic mini supermarket and organic raw juice bar by "Raw & Real’, a multifunctional studio for activities such as yoga class and workshops and a screening room for documentary features by ‘Doc Club powered by Epson’.
Duangrit adds: “The businesses consisting within the project were carefully curated. We want it to be a
community of creative businesses, with the consciousness to support community and environments. “We operate the Warehouse 30 with the attitude of ﬂuidity, thinking outside of the box. Therefore, anything possible here, as long as it is not against the country law and common morality.
Opening hours 11am to 8pm weekdays;
10.30am to 8.30pm weekends