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Standing Out From the Crowd: Yabu Pushelberg's Thai Approach at Siwilai

A mahogany divider at Siwilai, a Bangkok concept store by Yabu Pushelberg, doubles as a shoe display. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Teak doors are hand-carved. Photography by Dennis Lo. Photography by Dennis Lo.

A central passage can become roomlike when panels of primed artist’s canvas, framed in wood-veneered steel, pivot inward. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Display fixtures are lacquered MDF. Photography by Dennis Lo.

White-oak floorboards surround an island of painted concrete. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Ottomans cushions are covered in a rattan fabric edged with silk-wrapped cording, while skirting below is a cotton-linen. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Custom oak tables occupy the center of the café. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Painted steel roofing forms the café's canopy. Photography by Dennis Lo.

Men’s merchandise is off to one side. Photography by Dennis Lo.

A sunglasses display helps to camouflage a structural column.  Photography by Dennis Lo.

LEDs up-light white-oak shelves.  Photography by Dennis Lo.

Hand-painted canvas covers feature walls. Photography by Dennis Lo.

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