王子餐廳（Pae Thewaraj）是一傢位於帕薩克河（Pa Sak River）上的泰國40年老餐廳，特瓦（TEWA）則是這傢專註於打造各式甜點、主菜和飲品的傳統餐廳的初心。
Pae Thewaraj (Pae Thewaraj) is a 40-year-old Thai restaurant located on the Pa Sak River, while TEWA (TEWA) is a traditional restaurant that specializes in creating a variety of desserts, main dishes and drinks. Original intention.
Now, this restaurant has been passed down for three generations and has begun to expand in the food field to provide more comprehensive services to a wide range of user groups. As a new generation and culinary graduate, the restaurant owner hopes to add a menu that is in line with the characteristics of the times to adapt to this world that requires many choices. Therefore, the Tewa Café next to the Prince’s Restaurant offers drinks, coffee and Italian meals.
帕薩克河和和考茅運河（Khao Mao Canal）的匯集處有著特殊的河角，因此位於河對岸的王子餐廳和特瓦咖啡館可以隨時欣賞到帕薩克河的美景，人們在這裡也可以享受著與大小運河及濱水生活息息相關的舒適時光。
The Pasak River and Khao Mao Canal (Khao Mao Canal) converge at a special river corner, so the Prince’s Restaurant and Tewa Café located on the opposite bank of the river can enjoy the beauty of the Pasak River at any time, and people can also enjoy it here Enjoy the comfortable time closely related to the big and small canals and waterfront life.
The facade of the building uses lines inspired by the texture of carp and uses gray glass bricks to create a wall flush with the entrance to interpret the trail walking experience into the store from the outside. The lines of these glass bricks are stacked layer by layer, enclosing the building, thereby establishing a connection between the exterior and the interior space. The light that quietly penetrates into the building also brings the green space into the interior. The gray glass brick line at the back of the building establishes an interactive relationship between the area where the Tewa Café and the Princes Restaurant are located.
The architect hopes to find the connection between the two stores, but there are differences in food and style between the restaurants. Therefore, in the design, the building needs to have a unified element. For this reason, the architect and the owner chose the palm leaf carp concept to show the conceptual connection between the restaurant and the water, and to interpret the stories that people often understand in the Tewa concept from the opposite perspective. The building spreads out the shape of palm leaves, showing the lines of two palm leaves entwined with each other.
In the staircase area, the wheelchair ramp is cleverly hidden at the main entrance to facilitate the use of the elderly and the disabled. As the core of the entire cafe, the second floor area combines functional areas for food and drink. The customer reception area and the designed seating area can accommodate more diners who come here. In order to allow guests to concentrate on tasting food, the facade of the shop is mainly made of opaque elements. This design also opens up the restaurants view overlooking the temples, waterfront communities and crisscrossing rivers.
The stairs leading to the upper floor start from the exterior of the building and push the circulation space in the entire project to the edge of the building, maximizing the interior space. The upward walkway in the building helps coordinate the proportions of the building so that it does not look too large. Before people enter the room, they will see a floor-to-ceiling glass window, which opens up the view of the interior and brings the natural elements in front of the building into the room, creating a colorful and charming restaurant atmosphere.
The upper interior space has a unique roof line, and its curved ceiling design is inspired by the geometry of palm trees. The architect opened up part of the upper floors and connected the multi-level spaces in the building.
Colorful lines derived from the concept of palm tree carp are used extensively in the building. In addition, the architect also created a series of symbolic spaces, so that diners can better feel the delicious food, but also allow them to appreciate the meticulous design conveyed between the space and the details of the materials.
Bodin Mueanglue,Phitchapa Lothong BodinChapa Architects主要設計師 BodinChapa Architects想以各種當代風格表達地方主義的魅力，將地方智慧與現代建築技術相結合。