We have to start somewhere with the photos from our stay in Thailand. We arrived in Bangkok and we gave our daughter a bit of a free hand where to go and what to visit. Now you have to now she is in art, coffee, Korean stuff.
So the oldies where in for a bit of a surprise.
Her first choice was the coffeehouse Tangible, described as ,A Korean inspired minimalist cafe with a metal sensibility.
It has some name in that community and is very popular among young people to come in have a coffee and make some pics.
If you come in the ground floor, it is flooded with red light, coming through the windows. Quite a special effect.
My daughter came for the first floor, what I found Zen like.
The stairs had a bit of a rainbow in them
This one was in heaven to be there
I can tell you now that you will not see many temples ( classic thai photography ), it is going to be different.
Wow what a unique coffee shop, Love the first floor looks very relaxing, nice captures Peter “If we had coffee shops like that here I may go to them more often ” 🙂
Same here, they are very classic.
Absolutely unique place. Tell me about those stands/tables….is that a design on top or some sort of computerized table. Also, while the place is facinating, doesn’t look like it’s a place you can sit around forever, especially if you sitting on those cushions without any backs. Interesting set up with the sand and “puddle” of water, definitely zen like. Finally, another beautiful photo of your daughter 😊 I am loving this post and the idea that there is more to come.
The furniture is all metal. Not designed for comfort. It is for another generation I fear. But a cool place.