Aurum Gallery is a contemporary, urban and street art gallery conceived and curated by internationally acclaimed British DJ, musician, actor and artist, Clifford Price (MBE) aka “Goldie”. Showcasing some of the world’s biggest artists in contemporary, urban and street art, now it has become known as one of the best art galleries in South East Asia and a “must see destination” in Bangkok. At the heart of the gallery space,there is a one-of-kind permanent installation, the gold leaf train that recognises where the graffiti movement began, but also maintains a connection to where it is now. The gold draws on inspiration from traditional Thai artworks while acknowledging the golden age of graffiti art.
Stone & Style believe that stonework is not merely science and technology, but also a state of art. The founder and owner, khun Kriangsak Jivanun is profoundly obsessed with design-led innovation in the quest for endless possibilities. The company inexhaustibly explores new surfaces around the clock. They master meticulous skills so that flaws become rare, and imperfection becomes beauty. They combine innovation specialized technology and craftsmanship with concern about sustainability and care for the environment.
Curator Khun Tharisa Wanichtheeranon envisioned a new perspective towards art for her family’s original 333Gallery. She intends it to be more open and easier to access for the new generation. It is much more than an exhibition space used for art trading restricted to collectors only. 333Gallery is also a space for skilled young artists to display their work so everyone who enjoys art of any kind can see it. 333Gallery has built a network among small and large galleries in Thailand to promote and support each other.
A vintage shop with two young owners, Bas-Thammanoon Maipim and Tuang-Phannan Thanindechphat, share the space of Warehouse no.4. Downstairs is for display of Bass’ obsession for vintage goods. There’s the vintage military-themed area that has everything from vintage military and houseware items to wooden furniture, military style clothing, antique tools, heaps of iron boxes, wooden chests, and much more. The upper floor is the space for Tuang’s display of handmade jewelry, natural stones, stuffed animals and other natural objects. Works of Thai artists and Thai designers are tucked into various corners too. Drop in and you might feel like you’ve slipped into in a beautiful museum that goes perfectly well with the old wooden warehouse.
Carnival is a Bangkok based premier sneakers and menswear store offering top tier sneakers from leading brands such as Nike, Adidas, Vans and Converse and other high-end street fashion brands. They have been appointed to launch Nike Sportswear, Adidas Original, Van Vault and Converse First String, some of which are exclusive products that cannot be found anywhere else in Thailand. Together with their own in-house fashion brand, Carnival clothes are specifically designed for those who enjoy matching sneakers to their outfits. At Carnival you’ll never get bored creating new fashion scenes every day.
This well-known café-restaurant relocated from Sukhumvit 31, serves everything from homey main dishes to delicious homemade desserts. Meticulous work by shop owners Khun Ae-Chutima Bowonrattanachot and Khun Dong-Thammawat Attachinda, created a simple and cozy space inspired by the friendly feeling of a Japanese café serving home-made food. It is no surprise that many fans, both children and adults, regularly flock there for brunch, lunch, afternoon tea and dinner.
‘Chef Van’ or Chalermpon Rohitratana and his friend, Kan Liangsisuk are the owners of The Dag restaurant at Warehouse 30. The Dag menu features both the delicious burgers and the Isaan food he is famous for. Seasonal items sourced from the community are constantly added to the menu too. His focus is on serving guests meals made with locally sourced ingredients. Chef Van aims to improve the quality of his customers’ food while at the same time aiding the environment and the local economy. Unfortunately, Dag Restaurant will only be open until December 2022, so be sure to stop by before you have to follow him and his new restaurant to Chiang Mai!
Erb is a Thai brand of beauty, skincare and lifestyle products which combine the knowledge of traditional Thai beauty and modern innovation. Erb’s aromatic products and spas have been recognized by the many awards coming from around the world. The Charoen Krung branch of Erb is a full service spa providing a variety of treatments with the brand’s own renowned signature products. The spa embodies the concept of a “magical rainforest,offering a fresh and relaxing atmosphere, where the weather is cool and cold mist is hanging in the air.”
This leading furniture and home furnishing brand has received awards from UNESCO for its use of Thai products and its support of Thai artisans practicing traditional handicrafts. Drawing from his experience living in both Europe and Asia, Alexander Lamont, the owner, has created beautiful decor items which successfully blend European techniques with the subtle mystique of Asian art. The materials, from bronze to stingray skin, are always luxurious and meticulously handcrafted by the dozens of artisans under Alexander Lamont’s employ, ensuring that each piece of furniture is both both unique and meaningful.
Pieter Compernol and Stephanie Grusenmeyer are founders and design directors of P.Tendercool, a Bangkok based haute manufacture company. P.Tendercool makes unique tables of the highest international standards, hand crafted for some of the most discerning clients and interior designers in the world. This handmade furniture company does best at finding rare and exotic wood from around the region to craft into bespoke furniture. It is one of the first warehouse tenants to rent our space and transform it into a beautiful showroom. P.Tendercool advocated keeping our warehouses intact even before the Warehouse30 project was born.
ATTA Gallery is an internationally known gallery specializing in material-based collectible contemporary art, craft and design objects made by local and international creators for people who want to establish their own collections to suit their own personal lifestyles. Thai jewelry collector Atinuj Tantivit founded the gallery but she partners with invited curators. ATTA Gallery aims to allow the audience to get familiar with and be comfortable around unconventional art forms. She encourages visitors to fall in love with art so she can ultimately assist them in adding art to their homes and lives.