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Thank you art4d magazine for inviting us to be a part of this special issue (#242.)
Our interpretation of a message from a New Year card His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej gave to the public in the year 2001:

“ปีใหม่เป็นอนาคต ปีเก่าเป็นอดีต
วันนี้เป็นวาระที่จะทบทวนหาบทเรียนของอดีต
และเตรียมฟันฝ่าปัญหาของอนาคต”

“The new year is the future.
Old years are the past.
Today is a time when we look back and search for lessons from the past and prepare to overcome problems that lie ahead.”*

 2001 (๒๕๔๔)

*Translation credit: art4d magazine

In September our studio will be a part of TCDC’s Experience Sharing in these two events:

September 4, 2016 – Talk Series: “What is Exhibition: ต้องมีอะไรถึงจัดนิทรรศการได้ หัวข้อ กว่าจะออกเป็นแบบนิทรรศการ (รอบ 2)” โดย ทีมกิจกรรมและนิทรรศการ

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September 9-11, 2016 – Workshop: “How We Make Exhibitions: ลองคิด ลงมือทำนิทรรศการแบบ TCDC” โดย ทีมกิจกรรมและนิทรรศการ

Please follow the links above for more details.

Thank you art4d magazine for having our studio in the current issue (#239.)

Text by Wichit Horyingsawad
Portrait by Ketsiree Wongwan

The Little Library of Contrarians, curated by Prabda Yoon, is open to public from August 10-28, 2016, at The Reading Room, Soi Silom 19, Bangkok, Thailand.
For more information, please visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/151807248585448/

ห้องสมุดชั่วคราวของนักค้าน โดย ปราบดา หยุ่น จัดแสดงระหว่างวันที่ 10-28 สิงหาคม 2559 ที่ The Reading Room ซอยสีลม 19
ดูรายละเอียดเพิ่มเติมได้ที่: https://www.facebook.com/events/151807248585448/

library_exhibition

An art exhibition with live screenwriting performance by a Thai film director, Nawapol Thamrongrattanarit, at BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY. The show runs until this Sunday, August 7, 2016 when the final live screenwriting will be performed. If you plan to attend, do not miss.

Our studio is pleased to be a part of this collaboration. We hope you enjoy it.

*Images courtesy of BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY*

Logo design for our friend’s real estate development company in Nagoya, Japan. The geometry of this logo is inspired by the top view of a century-old traditional Japanese house owned by the family. This house is one of a handful of buildings in Nagoya that have survived through Second World War.

The top view, as interpreted by our client, also represents God’s / Satellite’s eye views, a combined belief in faith that protects the property through difficult times and technology that helps gear the company forward into the future.

Weather Station For Kids

August 2nd, 2016

Weather Station, developed for a children playground in Bangkok, is an installation that aims to encourage children to appreciate a relationship between nature and science through the movement of wind. The installation consists of an array of wind vanes, hand-held fans, and anemometers. Kids will be able to create their own wind and learn about wind direction and speed. Data collected by anemometers can later be used to create another interactive art piece to be installed elsewhere in the premises.

 

 

The exhibition was open to public at Bangkok International Book Fair 2016, held between March 29 and April 10, 2016, at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.

Organizers
The Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (PUBAT)
Sathirakoses-Nagapradjpa Foundation (SNF)
โครงการ 100 ปีชาตกาล ศ.ดร. ป๋วย อึ๊งภากรณ์, Thammasart University

Producers
Charun Homtientong
Siwaroj Darnsomsathit
Somkid Lertpaitoon
Boonsom Akkarathammakul

Exhibition & Content Editor
Kasidit Ananthanathorn

Exhibition Designer
Studio Aeroplane Co., Ltd.

Exhibition Logo Designer
Prabda Yoon

Exhibition Illustrator
Wiriya Mana Anantakul

Exhibition Catalogue Designer
wrongdesign

Construction
SCG Paper

In April our studio was invited to visit our clients’ home in Belgium and our friends’ in The Netherlands. It was our first time traveling in Europe in spring so, in-between works and visits to museums, galleries, and markets, we found ourselves taking peaceful strolls in local botanical gardens and parks whenever we had a chance. Seeing the emergence of fresh leaves and blooming of flowers in mass was truly and positively refreshing after a long year of hard work.

Here are the nice gardens and parks we visited during our three-week stay:

Den Botaniek, Antwerp, Belgium
Kralingse Bos & Plas, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Trompenburg Tuinen & Arboretum, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Slot Zeist, Zeist, The Netherlands
Aalst Stadpark, Aalst, Belgium

“A Chronicle of Hope from Womb to Tomb” an exhibition about the hopes and ideas of Dr.Puey Ungphakorn to commemorate a centennial of his birth is open to public from today until April 10, 2016, at Bangkok International Book Fair 2016, Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. Please stop by if you are in town.


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