Surrounded by lush paddy fields and mountain peaks Chiang Mai, is a coffee shop that resembles a rice barn, drawing on northern Thai vernacular architecture.
Nature plays a prominent role as the ever-changing seasons and climate shape its appearance.
Visitors are invited to dine in the open-air in the space tucked between its two wooden and bamboo structures.
A temporary bamboo pavilion at the center, crafted with local knowledge, embraces simplicity and the inherent characteristics of bamboo. The framework is tightly lashed together using fishing net rope.
The owner anticipates the maturation of young trees planted with the intent of providing shelter and shade. Filtering light temporarily, this roofing creates an ever-changing outdoor experience, allowing visitors to connect with nature.
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