Time Out says
Warehouse 30 is the brainchild of The Jam Factory’s Duangrit Bunnag, who’s been gearing up full speed in revitalizing Charoenkrung. Duangrit is turning seven old warehouses built during the mid-40s into a 600-square-meter mixed-use creative complex.
Product design facility FabCafe looks to convert Warehouse 1 and 2 into a co-working space. Warehouse 3 houses design studio P. Tendercool’s inventory. Duangrit has reserved Warehouse 4 for his new clothing line Lonely Two Legged Creature. Warehouse No.5 is a dining room, with food and drinks provided by The Neverending Summer, coffee by The Library Café and light bites by Moontastes. Warehouse 6 and 7 are be home to the air-conditioned Warehouse 30 Market where you can shop for handmade products, watch movies curated by The Documentary Club, drink healthy juice from Raw & Real, and buy books from Candide. The latter two warehouses will also have a multi-purpose space for art exhibitions, workshops and events.