How art is helping to regenerate Bangkok’s old buildings

Historic buildings throughout Bangkok are re-emerging from years of dereliction to host new art galleries and creative endeavors. Here are their stories.

When the bright blue doors closed on the Arthorn Suksa school in mid-2017, Charoenkrung locals could have been forgiven for thinking the 120-year-old building would make way for yet another condo. Fast-forward two years and the sprawling multi-purpose art, retail and F&B hub that was eventually unveiled in time for Bangkok Design Week 2019 puts forward a convincing case for the tasteful regeneration of heritage buildings. Read on…

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