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Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank by Secondfloor Architects (2NDFL) ARCHITECTURE / 16 MAY 2016 / BY S O I S O U R C E
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Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank by Secondfloor Architects (2NDFL) ARCHITECTURE / 16 MAY 2016 / BY S O I S O U R C E
Yellow Submarine Coffee Tank, a newly opened café near Khaoyai National Park, Thailand by Secondfloor Architects, integrates its natural surroundings to form a truly poetic architecture, creating an ideal destination for all coffee drinkers.
Handsomely laid along the slope of its site, the architects have carefully crafted this serene architecture to allow its users to have a direct dialogue with the surrounding nature.
A series of dark sand wash walls provide exterior barriers, as well as creating uniquely framed landscape for visitors to perceive from the interior.
This semi-open air coffee shop embraces the neighbouring forest as part of its architectural elements. An open-air courtyard is created for visitors to enjoy their drinks amid the red cedar trees.
The core building clad in grey bricks with high volume interior space houses the main bar and a communal table where guests can appreciate the beauty of natural light filtered through the architectural skin while sipping a freshly-brewed coffee.
 

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  • Architecture & Interior
    Secondfloor Architects
  • Location
    Pakchong, Khaoyai, Thailand
  • Year
    2015
  • Photography
    Ketsiree Wongwan. All photos are copyrighted by @Secondfloor Architects