The historic Chai Phatthanasilp Building is now home to the Corner House, a new community and lifestyle venue that held a soft opening last week.
Adapted for reuse by the third-generation heirs to the property, the new space features art exhibitions on all three floors, also featuring the debut of the wacky designs of Den Souvenir. Currently, the first floor is exhibiting five artists including Bee Baa, the pixel art of Pat Pixel, painting studio Faris Artspace, the chic photography of Ohm Anawat, and the surreal work of Kobkit T.
The second floor will be featuring the Japanese fish prints Gyotaku-style from Lemon&Butter Gyotaku Club, a furniture making workshop by 109 Design Workshop, and an exhibition by Chai Phattanasilp x PDM.
The third floor is adding a whole new entertainment space to BKK with Such A Small World, which will be featuring creative design, film, music, and games. Look for niche film launches and gaming events at this space in the future.
The weekend food market, like the exhibitions, will keep changing, but look for the likes of Bad Poutine, Guss Damn Good, Khao Ko craft beer, Mad Moa, and booze from Gulp. Find more information here