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Jan 8, 2008


Thailand is a land of inspiration, well known as a producer of exquisite arts, sculpture, jewelry and architecture, But in case you think the country is all about exquisite artifacts and magnificent temples and palaces, many of the country's talents are also churning out some of the most contemporary designs in home furnishings and lighting.

Anon Pairotis's work is very inspired by nature and traditional culture. His Cell furniture collection won the Best Furniture Design Award 2007 of the Singapore Furniture Design Industry, and many of his works have also been exhibited in Europe.

Ango is the brainchild of Angus Hutcheson, who graduated at the Architectural Association in London and is now based in Bangkok developing concepts for products and architecture.

Suppapong Sonsang translated his native country's traditional handicrafts into plastic to produce Stemcell.

Saowaluk Korsakwattana’s chair is stunning: imagine a crochet slinging over a metal frame. The lady utilises a lot of natural fibers and loose weaves for many of her works.

Singh Intrachooto is an architect and interior designer who drew on angular forms to create his designs. The resulting products are breathtaking. Three Layer Cake's interview with the designer offers some insights into his creative process.


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5 comments: on "FROM THAILAND, WITH STYLE: PART 1"

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for featuring designs in Thailand and so much other Asian countries on this blog! It's a refreshing change from U.S and European blogs.

Anonymous said...

It's really great to see the attention given to the products from the green designer Singh Intrachooto.

KNQ Associates said...

Thanks people! We'll focus more on Asian design in the coming days!

jon said...

The Thais are catching up!

berry said...

Kudos to the Thai designers!:D