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This row of old warehouses is set to become Charoenkrung's most exciting creative space

The Jam Factory's Duangrit Bunnag now has big, big plans for the city side of the river. Scheduled to open in April.

By Monruedee Jansuttipan | Mar 06, 2017

  • This row of old warehouses is set to become Charoenkrung's most exciting creative space
  • This row of old warehouses is set to become Charoenkrung's most exciting creative space
After the great success of Jam Factory in Klongsan, architect-slash-entrepreneur Duangrit Bunnag is crossing the river to turn an abandoned warehouse compound in Charoenkrung Soi 30 into Warehouse 30, a cool new creative space.
 
Duangrit is working with Rungsima Kasikranund, ex-editor of Elle Decor, to create a 4,000-sq-meter “creative community complex” that will be the dreamland of hipsters.
 
Among the highlights will be a roaster cafe by Library, a fresh juice bar, a cocktail and wine bar by Never Ending Summer, a flower shop by Casa Lapin’s Wallflower, a vinyl records shop and a bookstore by Candide.
 
You will also find the flagship store of Duangrit's fashion brand, Lonely Two Legged Creatures, a showroom for 8080 motorcycles and a theater, dubbed Black Box, operated by Documentary Club.
 
Located a five-minute walk from the new TCDC on Charoenkrung Road (slated to open in May), Warehouse 30 will also be home to One Big House, a co-working and networking space by the Japan-born FabCafe.
 
Neighbors include P.Tendercool, whose gallery-like showroom shows off gorgeous handmade furniture.
 
The compound is set to open this April, about the same time as Chang Chui, another creative community about to launch in Thonburi.  
 
Check out some photos of the space below:
 
 
 
 
 
 
P.Tendercool 
 
P.Tendercool 
 
P.Tendercool 
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