One.Six Development's ultra-luxury condo The Strand Thonglor recently hosted 'The Strand Thonglor, Dinner through Time', celebrating Thai history and heritage through an inspired combination of art and haute cuisine to reminisce the spirit of past era. The honored guests included Khun Chutinan-ML Piyapat, Bhirombhakdi, Khun Chanin-Vipada Donavanik, Khun Chalermchai Mahagitsiri, Khun Ausana -Kamonsut Dabbaransi, Khun Tos - Sukta Chirathivat, Khun Suttipak Chirathivat, Khun Lawrence- Ausanee Mahagitsiri Leonei, Khun Paiboon-Ing Fah Damrongchaitham, Khun Prasong Phataraprasit and family, Khun Vilai-Khunphol-Khunraj Issara with One.Six Development's CEO Ms. Tanyatip Chearavanont and Managing Director Mr. Chawin Athakravisunthorn.
The luxury lifestyle event combined gastronomy and art in tune with The Strand Thonglor's sophistication. The guests enjoyed images displayed through 3D projection mapping technology on the dining table with exclusively crafted dishes created by 'Chef Tam' Chudaree Debhakam, the first winner of Top Chef Thailand. The dishes and dessert took inspiration from Thai heritage combined with natural ingredients portraying the country's era from past, medieval to contemporary Thai through the aesthetic of The Strand's refined architecture and design and craftsmanship.
The celebrity guests experienced the residence's aesthetic of 'Minimal Luxury' which is a main concept of The Strand project.
Ms. Tanyatip Chearavanont and Mr. Chawin Athakravisunthorn said that the event illustrated the lifestyle of The Strand Thonglor, conveying warmth, joy, and bliss along with art and sense of community to lively and buoyant residential atmosphere.
"This exhibition of multimedia art unites aesthetics and gastronomy, with special dishes created by a celebrated chef. We hope activities like this will convey the unique character of The Strand Thonglor, a truly modern residence under the concept of 'minimal luxury'."
The Strand Thonglor previously hosted an art show in collaboration with renowned photographer Khun Tada Varich. The photo exhibition 'The Strand x Tada Varich' explored the character and culture of Thonglor, the neighborhood that never sleeps, capturing the area's attractions for both local visitors and guests.