The Project Artisan concept is to create ONE place that embraces the culture of country we choose to call home, in more than one way. A place where you can relax, find inspiration, eat, shop, work, learn something new, meet friends or chill in your own and enjoy life.
We want to capture the essence of old Siam and modern Thailand while giving people the opportunity to spend time in a well-balanced spot for coffee, massage, lunch, workshop — or even just to buy bread.
Phase 1 of Project Artisan includes Grab & Go, which offers fresh salads, breads & pastries, wine and a selection of locally sourced organic products. Garden Eatery is open for Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, and our Foot & Nail Spa is also open now.
We are in the process of completing Phase 2 which will open our Spa treatment rooms for full Body massages, the Cooking school, Artisan Bar, Retail Space, Kids Creative Zone and Art Club.
Taste & Gather
Food is an unrivaled ice-breaker, with meals traditionally being a time when people come together. This is especially true in Thailand, where the emphasis is often on varied spreads, explicitly designed to be shared. At Project Artisan, you can enjoy a wide range of tasty and healthy cuisine inspired by the street food you will find in every marketplace. Add salads and artisan breads to the tasty barbecued treats and enjoy them all in a garden setting in a never-ending summer.
Spa & Refresh
Celebrating the natural and organic local methods of farming pineapples, Sarapod Spa takes the Thai name for the sweet yellow fruit. Here, we believe that good feelings should be shared and enjoyed together. For this reason, we designed small spa packages, where simple foot massages and manicures can be accompanied with a morning fresh juice to prepare you for the day, or some bubbles to unwind at the end of it.
Create & Play
Project Artisan is not just a space for grown-ups. Children of all ages can find fun and inspiration in our imaginative play spaces. From the natural outdoor playground to supervised art spaces and workshops, there are plenty of outlets for creative energies.