Pokchat Worasub Solo Show - Opening Night 21 March 2015
Photography by Yoshimi Temple
This hip urban refuge is run by one of the guys behind arty lifestyle magazine Bang!, food writer/photographer, and chef is set in an unlikely residential setting with a modest, homey and uncluttered decor inside. It has gotten it's name out by hosting nice parties and exhibition openings.
"Nestled down a narrow lane, the small shophouse has all the hallmarks of a chill café by day—mix n’ match furniture, including a low couch and tables sizeable enough to work at, as well as a few curios like vintage Thai board games—but there’s enough to space (and liquor on the shelves behind the bar) to suggest things can get a more raucous at night. It’s the walls that really grab your attention; already decked out very practically in soundproofing panels, they’re also adorned with a projector screen and rotating collections of art. (The current exhibition from Dao Paoviman requires you to don 3D glasses.) With a wooden bench and stools out front, the action even spills onto the road. A thin line of trees masks the fact you’re perched right by an expressway and enhances the low-key neighborhood vibe, which is heightened by the steady stream of visitors who pop in and out."
SEEN | UNSEEN - Exhibition - 28 of February 2015
Music nights, discussion panels, film screenings and Sunday BBQs are just some of the reasons people keep coming back.