The High Society Cannabis Club in Bangkok’s Suam Plu soi 1 stands as a captivating architectural marvel, seamlessly blending tradition and modernity. Refurbished from an old traditional two-storey building, this club exudes a unique ambiance, combining the charm of the past with cosy design elements, offering a haven for cannabis enthusiasts in a minimal yet cozy setting.
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Title: The High Society Cannabis Club: A Blend of Tradition and Modernity
The High Society Cannabis Club in Bangkok’s Suam Plu soi 1 showcases a remarkable architectural transformation, skillfully blending old-world charm with contemporary design. Refurbished from an old traditional two-storey building, the club preserves its historical significance by integrating the original wall painting of a former laundry shop, adding a touch of authenticity.
1st floor shop and counter
The club’s design embraces an open-air concept, allowing seamless transitions between indoor and outdoor spaces. Natural light floods the interiors through large windows and skylights, fostering a refreshing ambiance. The minimalist yet cozy interior features clean lines, neutral tones, and natural materials like wood and stone. Plush seating arrangements, soft lighting, and carefully selected artworks create an intimate and welcoming atmosphere.
Lounge 2nd floor
A standout feature is the steep wooden stairway leading to the second-floor smoking lounge. This architectural element not only connects the floors but adds intrigue and allure to the overall experience.
Designed by Regroup Architecture, the High Society Cannabis Club beautifully harmonizes tradition and modernity. With its rich historical elements, open-air feeling, minimalist coziness, and captivating design choices, the club offers an unforgettable space for cannabis enthusiasts seeking relaxation, socialization, and indulgence.
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|Bangkok, Suan Plu Soi 1