Essence in an Eatery

October 2015: “ABC represents the starting point, the most basic essence of eating,” according to restaurateur Pakamon “Nina” Somboonvechakarn.  The goal is to combine creativity along with high-quality ingredients to give taste and nutrition to the menu. For the design of the ABC Eatery, Architectkidd devised various techniques to filter natural light into the interior space. […]

Telescopic Spaces

October 2015:  Architectkidd has completed the flagship store for a fashion hand bag label. With this retail design in Bangkok, the aim was to challenge some of the limitations posed by conventional spaces. Instead of a fixed layout, the design is composed of three rectangular frames that form the overall enclosure. These frames are nested […]

Food & Archaeology: Peter’s Pan Restaurant Opens

December 2012:  Good ingredients. Rare antiques. Local materials. These are the main elements for Architectkidd’s design of Peter’s Pan restaurant on Sukhumvit 20. On display are the amazing collection of antiquities collected by Peter, the owner & head chef.  Some of the artifacts, such as the clay vessels, are over 2,000 years old. We were […]

Mass Customized Architecture

November 2012:  As a stand-alone retail outlet, the new Caffe D’Oro shop was designed to be produced and installed in many locations in Thailand. At the same time, Architectkidd was interested in developing a material solution that would be unique, tactile and recognizable to users and the brand. We developed our technique by adapting a […]

Urban Farm Wins Holcim Silver Award

December 2011: Architectkidd’s design has been awarded by the Holcim Foundation as a leading example of sustainable building and construction for the Asia Pacific region. The project, a new retail development in Bangkok, aims to revitalize land currently occupied by a textile factory. One of the unique features of the design is to provide a […]

A Different Kind of Food Court

September 2011: Architectkidd was recently commissioned by the food management company Fooditude to develop a food court for a new mega-shopping complex (40,000+ sqm) outside of Bangkok. With this project, we asked: Is it possible to introduce some aspects of a public space within the strict boundaries of a commercial shopping environment? As fixtures in […]