ASWA(建筑工作室的工作- Aholic)是一个bangkok-base工作室,成立于2013年由Phuttipan Aswakool Chotiros Techamongklapiwat,谁执行其设计之旅实验材料,建筑形式和特征对应的内部空间平衡使用自然光。对于ASWA来说，设计是在转换成自己的建筑语言之前，通过对每个项目周围环境的彻底分析而构思出来的。
ASWA (Architectural Studio of Work - Aholic) is a bangkok-base studio, founded in 2013 by Phuttipan Aswakool Chotiros Techamongklapiwat, who carries out its design journey through experimentation with materials, architectural forms, and characteristics of interior spaces that correspond in equilibrium with the use of natural light. For ASWA, a design is conceived from a thorough analysis of each project’s surrounding context before translated into its own architectural language.
Because the cafe is located on the second floor of the building and can easily notice on the street, then the priority is to make the cafe stands out from its surroundings by using a cracked concrete-like opening for the outer skin.
ASWA schemes aim to play with contrasting materials between the exterior and interior of the SNOG XX cafe. A rustic cracked concrete-like wall on two sides of the exterior tends to work contrastingly with a curved glass entrance and the polished stainless counter.
Behind the cracked wall, the curved entrance with the stainless steel bench penetrates through the interior glass facade with the neon light of a smiley logo behind offered the photo shoot spot for visitors. The program is divided into two parts, fast seats with counter, and slow seats. A 6 meter long stainless curved counter with a tube light is the main workspace for 4-5 baristas welcomes everyone to order their drinks.
The cafe covers a total area of 100 sq.m and provides 40 seats for customers. In the slow seat area, the overlapping of two circle-shaped shared table locates in the center of the slow seat space. The interior is designed to be sleek and playful with the selection of materials, like stainless steel furniture and counter bar, plywood all over the ceiling, and cement floor with the effect of natural light thru the cracked rustic concrete-like wall to interior space. Whilst, contrastingly between the exterior and interior like a cracked egg to bring out life inside.