Pastel & Monochrome

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It’s time for grow up. I’m one of the shareholders at Pastel & Monochrome Bar & Restaurant. Now you know where to find me. For more information please visit ‘Pastel & Monochrome’ on Facebook page.

Pastel & Monochrome is founded by a group of friends who have passions for food, drinks, chill hangout space, design, fashion, and photography. “Pastel” is inspired by women in sexy dresses designed by one of the owners. “Monochrome” is referred to black and white photography. These inspirations lead to; mood and tone of the restaurant interior design and; sense of music that can ease your mind.

At Pastel & Monochrome, we offer great food, variety selections of drinks, relaxing, yet, funky ambience in our own way. We welcome all types of guests; ranging from families who’d like to have breakfast/brunch/lunch in our greenery garden; to a couple who seeks to have a romantic dinner in our monochromatic scheme dining area, or a group of friends that want to have chill/funky night out at our trendy terrace, or even those who are passionate about photography to come and enjoy taking pictures at our space as its design has, initially, evolved from inspiration of studio lighting.

Our chef has a strong affection for food and is very devoted to create new menus that haven’t been seen elsewhere.

Be Pastel, be Monochrome….Let’s share the color of life!!

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About Nattapol Suphawong

Nattapol (Joe) Suphawong, Parsons 2006 MFADT (M.F.A. in Design and Technology) valedictorian, integrates knowledge derived from his study and experiences in New York for continue working on experimental interaction design projects in Thailand. Trained as an architect, interaction designer--specializing in computer vision and electronics; Nattapol's recent projects represent an evolution of his interests in interactive architecture, augmented reality, and physical computing as a means to create responsive/playful environments--the unique characteristics of HeadButt works. Nattapol is currently teaching at School of Architecture, Assumption University, Thailand.

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