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AIS Design Centre

  • AIS Design Centre
    Credit: www.fb.com/aisdesigncentre
  • AIS Design Centre
    Credit: www.fb.com/aisdesigncentre
  • AIS Design Centre
    Credit: www.fb.com/aisdesigncentre

Here’s what happened to the fifth floor of Emporium after TCDC moved to Charoenkrung.

It’s still keeping the ties with TCDC, but now in league with mobile operator AIS, who together have launched the AIS D.C. Creative Space.

There’s a zone for co-working, an exhibition space and a photo studio, as well as something they’re calling the “Playground,” where start-up businesses can go for support.

If those floor-to-ceiling book shelves and mid-century-referencing chairs look familiar, it’s because they’re still the work of starchitect Duangrit Bunnag.

The best bit of all has to be the membership cost of B1,200 for a year—and even that’s not till the grand opening (date TBA), until when it’s free.

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AIS Design Centre, 5/F, The Emporium, Sukhumvit Rd., Bangkok, Thailand

Nearest Train:

BTS Phrom Phong

Opening Hours:

daily 10:30am-9pm

Open Since:

June, 2017
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