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Architecture, Graphic Design & Art Converge in “Sundays”, Bangkok

Today Design Gallerist brings to you the “Sundays”. It is a restaurant and café in Bangkok, Thailand, that pays as much attention to ambiance and comfort as it does to food and drinks.

The restaurant was conceived by local design practice as an art-centric venue, the restaurant purposefully eschews the generic aesthetic of bland sleekness and polished orderliness embraced by the hospitality industry, in favor of an intuitive, almost erratic sensibility that marks the confluence of architecture, graphic design, and art.

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In fact, Sundays’ idiosyncratic design can best be described as a visual stream-of-consciousness. Space has two vacant shops on the ground floor of a nondescript modern building in central Bangkok, the designers have unleashed their creativity in order to transform the un-distinctive space into a lively restaurant with a zany personality.

The overflowing colorful abstractions in conjunction with the decorative patterns on the entrance doors and the turquoise bathtub on the sidewalk, joyfully proclaim that this is no ordinary establishment.

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