Apostofi House mixes the Apostofi Group’s Bangkok brands into one building in Sathorn. Combining their multidisciplinary brands, customers can pick up art supplies from their stationary brand Medium, sip some coffee and tea from Bangkok-famous cafe Vela, dine out with fare from Gardens.
In 2020, the then 16 years old Kasidit “Pete” Prasitrattanaporn who was quarantined in his bedroom took the opportunity to kickstart Apostofi Group. 
Fast forward to 2024 and the brand is booming. Apostofi House, which was previously the brand’s headquarters, has fully integrated their projects into a singular four-storey building so visitors can get a one stop shop of the entire experience—and don’t forget the furry friends because it’s pet friendly. 
The first floor is a seamless blend between their two brands: the famous artsy coffee specialty, Vela, which now has seven locations around town, and Medium, a curated selection of stationery and artist essentials. 
The second floor is dedicated to Apostofi Group’s first fine dining restaurant “Norm” which will focus on fusion cuisine, and launch later in 2024. 
The top floor belongs to Gardens, a farm-to-table all-day dining space highlighting seasonal and local ingredients. There’s an outdoor terrace for those who want to gamble on an evening breeze.
On March 19, the brand is also launching Apostofi House Sukhumvit 42 along with a new venture Vela Teahouse; the conceptual cafe is aiming to showcase exceptional matcha and other green tea delights.
122, Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Rd., Open Tues-Sun 8am-8pm.