Time and stories create meaning for places and this building is no exception...
In the past, this plot of land used to be the home of our family for generations. When the Naradhiwas Rajanagarindra Road was built during the decade beginning in 1987, part of our land was expropriated. On the remaining land plot, our aunt built this four-story building to live in. Part of the building was also used as the office of the Pranee Osathanon Foundation, which was founded by our aunt and named after our grandmother to provide agricultural extension to farmers, while other rooms were used as a Thai classical music classroom and a public library. After the closing of the foundation, we renovated this building and transformed it into "Silom Nara Residence."
In the past...this was our home.
At present... we want you to feel that this is your other home.