Petrichor Cafe is a remarkable architectural masterpiece that seamlessly blends functionality, aesthetics, and a harmonious connection with nature outside the window. The design of the cafe is inspired by the concept of petrichor, the earthy scent produced when rain falls on dry soil. Located in a lush green setting, the architecture of Petrichor Cafe aims to create a serene and welcoming atmosphere for its visitors with their beloved pets.

The exterior of Petrichor Cafe features a unique combination of natural and modern elements by interacting the new building with the existing Thai traditional architecture. The building is characterized by using sustainable materials, such as reclaimed wood and stone, which give it an organic and earthy feel. The facade incorporates sizeable floor-to-ceiling glass panels, allowing ample natural light to flood the interior while providing stunning views of the surrounding landscape in the afternoon.

Upon entering the cafe, visitors are immediately immersed in a spacious interior. The architecture embraces an open-plan layout, with a soaring ceiling and a thoughtful arrangement of seating areas that cater to different group sizes and preferences. The use of natural materials and existing brick columns continues inside, with exposed wooden beams, ceiling, and brick walls, blurring the boundaries between the built environment and nature. The space is separated into two zones by a wood and white arc ceiling pattern which designed from the animal pawn shape.

The interior space furniture is decorated by the owner’s collection of mid-century style spread around the cafe in various colours. This cafe also serves specialist grooming for your pet and enjoy the food while waiting for them.

  • Location: Taweewattana, Bangkok
  • Area: 230 SQM.
  • Complete year: 2023
  • Interior designer: AA+A

  • Photographer: VARP