“Pretty much anything that you can think of you can build here,” Nati Sang explains casually. He’s just finished giving me the grand tour of his open-planned Makerspace office near Tha Pae Gate and Citylife’s photographers and I are staring wistfully at the multitude of power tools lining the shelves of his storage closet. “Here’s your sanders, routers, circular saw, your angle grinder, jigsaw, cordless drills, corded drills, every clamp you can think of, all of the hammers, screwdrivers, all different types of glue” – Nati’s list goes on. The space is something crossed between a workshop and a science lab, a place where you can bang on something with a hammer to your heart’s content or research gyroscope physics in a manic frenzy of caffeine fuelled focus. Makerspace, to put it simply, is a place where you can get stuff done, and since opening his doors in January, Nati has given Chiang Mai free reign over some tools that you really have to see to believe.