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Jan 18, 2008


Thailand's pool of creative personnels is astonishing huge. The high quality of design output never fails to amaze me, what with the Thais' attention to details and innovative concepts.

In Part 2 of From Thailand, With Style, we continue to follow the works of some of the country's brightest design stars.

Trimode Studio consists of Paradee Senivongse na Ayudhya, Pirada Senivongse na Ayudhya and Shinpanu Athichathanabadee. From furniture to jewelery to home wares, the strength of the studio lies in the diversity of the 3 founders' educational backgrounds. This results in a creative approach to the solution of everyday problems in different aspects.

A graduate from the Faculty of Architecture of Rangsit University, Jetsada Naruchit's idea of a love seat will have you, well, falling in love with it.

The creative folks at Yothaka pioneered the use of water hyacinth in the design and manufacturing of Thailand furniture, and have since turned it into a true art form. The superb quality is reflected in the work of the expert craftspeople who hand make each piece of furniture. The simplicity and textured, natural look have drawn public interest and acknowledgment all over the world - the proliferation of water hyacinth furniture all over the Asian region and the Good Design Award they won in 2003 are good proofs.

The firm currently also deals in furniture made in other materials, like polyethylene.


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