With over 52,000 visitors from over 69 countries, the Style Bangkok Fair last year was overwhelming with success. Having taken place between the 17 and 21 of April 2019 at the Bangkok International Trade & Exhibition Centre (BITEC), the five-day trade show provides an international platform for buyers to source and be inspired by the state-of-the-art creations from local talents and world-class creators. Now a part of the Thailand International Furniture Fair, Style Bangkok Fair 2019 covered a wider creative spectrum from furniture to lifestyle products.
Radius Table by kenkoon
The decentralized-table that collaborates with the surroundings. Seen from Milan’s Salone del Mobile and back to Bangkok for the finale. The unbalanced proportion from the union of wood, stone and steel creates an open-invitation to encompass the surrounding components to connect as a whole composition. This expands the awareness sense of integration inside the room.
The Ink Chair by Masaya
The translation of art nouveau’s whiplash motifs through the subtle expression of an oriental brushstroke. The sculpturally slim brass casting places this fit for an art piece. A statement to revive the philosophy of L’œuvre d’art totale, the total work of art in our daily life.
Kira Chair with Armrest by Kriip
The avant-garde elegance for the outdoor lifestyle. The spirit of minimalism celebrates through the rejection of the voluminous language typically of durable outdoor furniture. The timeless language of the body is also matched with the PVD titanium coating on the stainless steel frame. A genuine commitment to withstand the test of time in any harsh climate.
Dom Cat House by Polygami
An origami truce between the love of stylistic home and the distasteful cardboard box for the feline friend. A resolution from the installation artist who seeks harmony with the cats. The polygonal dome of chic-colour palette promises to deliver the cosy cardboard’s familiarity to any cat. The recycled flat-packed package is also ‘purr-fect’ for the eco-cat.
Deco Wooden Wall by Deesawat
The grains of 4 solid woods (white oak, teak, walnut, rosewood) are celebrated in a geometric trompe l’oeil décor for the wall. The natural beauty of wood also ages gracefully without much need for maintenance. A considerate up-cycle approach from off-cut wastes into a space-saving retro tribute.
Bioware Food Box by Bioform
The tupperware prototype that won both Demark and Good Design awards for its material innovation is in full production this year. The past-guilt of the plastic lunchbox can finally be put to rest with this human-centred design food storage. This Bio-Material from sugarcane outperformed all current materials for its food safety, durability, insulation property, and it is 100% natural.
Ka-Jome Daybed by +SENSE
The isolated pod for the love of outdoor without the compromise of personal space. The teepee-inspired tent is constructed by techno-craft of Olefin fibre weave on an aluminium frame, while the neutral colour scheme makes it a versatile fit for any context. The embracement language of the semi-closure screen ensures the personal space can be liberated with the surroundings.
Banana Leaf Table Mat and Vase by P.A.D Banana Leaf Product
Express your nomad spirit through these eco-bohemian items. The ethos of thinking globally and act locally comes the transformation from abundance waste of dried banana leaves into highly durable sheets. The result through the process of heat-pressed and coated with banana oil. Proud and happy to go bananas to support a craft community in northern Thailand.
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