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Exhibition “New Aged Citizens: New Definition, New Opportunity and New Challenges”
February 24 – May 29, 2016
Gallery 2, Thailand Creative and Design Center (TCDC), Bangkok, Thailand

A new exhibition on aging society our studio was working on with Thailand Creative and Design Center is now open to public.

We would like to thank TCDC for this opportunity. For four straight months, we had a good experience collaborating on this important yet challenging topic with a long list of talented teams and artists that are involved in this project.

If you are in Bangkok and have some free time, please stop by and help us build an ecology that will fit a new type of society the world will soon experience.

Here are the images of “Thai Rise” exhibition catalog designed by our studio. The main design feature includes key visual design inspired by the diverseness in Thai folk culture. The catalog cover comes in five colors.

The exhibition is open to public at Frankfurt Book Fair 2015 until this Sunday, October 18, 2015.



Hi there. If you are in Bangkok on August 22 & 23, we’d like to extend an invitation to join our 2-day creative workshop, “Fuzzy City,” hosted by TCDC (Thailand Creative & Design Center.)

About “Fuzzy City”:

Design is not always about “right” or “wrong” especially when it involves an interaction with a large, diverse crowd. Using fuzzy logic-based approach to create design scenarios for Bangkok public spaces will help explore ambiguous relationship among humans, objects, and environment.

Date/Time: August 22-23, 2015 | 10:30 – 16:00
Place: Workshop Room, TCDC, 5th Floor, The Emporium
Number of Participants: 15

Studio Aeroplane’s “Fuzzy City” will be one of thirty-nine workshops organized by TCDC’s Creative Space Workshop this August. For more details please visit Creativities Unfold website.

One of our poster designs for an exhibition about kids and what they (we) must endure growing up. Organized by PUBAT and Sponsored by the Ministry of Culture, the exhibition will be open to public at the 43rd National Book Fair in Bangkok end of this month. There is no official title in English (yet.)

This exhibition does not attempt to identify the problems kids face these days nor provide any concrete solutions but it is rather our goal to reflect how kids are affected through three influential facets, which are family & school, kids & their peers, and the society as a whole, by providing wisdom from books and writings curated by Mr.Suchart Sawasdsi, Thailand’s National Artist Laureate. Ultimately, we hope the visitors would leave with many questions and a chance to contemplate or even extract their own wisdom about this subject matter because, in the end, we all are part of both the problems and the solutions.

*Exhibition typeface is designed by Prabda Yoon.

This Saturday, September 20, 2014, from 1-3pm, Saranont will join a panel discussion, “The Futures of Design(er),” at Thailand Innovation and Design Expo 2014 (TIDE2014) hosted by Industrial Designers Society of Thailand (IDS) and Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce (DITP.) The talk will take place at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand. Come join if you plan to attend the expo this weekend.

Cartesian Planning Lab

September 9th, 2014


Entering our fifth anniversary, we are happy to announce that we have teamed up with CISR and FiF House to form a consortium that mainly focuses on projects related to innovation in public spaces, communities, and urban/rural development. Please visit Cartesian Planning Lab’s Facebook Page for more details.


Cartesian Planning Lab, a consortium for research, design, and exploration of possibilities for community and town development through studies of local regulations, culture, socio-economics, and technology to develop future scenarios and roadmaps for business, environmental, and social aspects.

Areas of expertise:
   Urban Analysis and Modeling
   Future Scenario Analysis and Planning
   Built Environment Design
   Urban Experience Design
   Urban Computing
   Social Innovation
   Low Impact Development

   Center for Integrated Socio-Spatial Research
   Studio Aeroplane Co., Ltd.


Renderings of “The World is a Never-ending Novel” Exhibition featuring works from Thai novelists and “The World of Sriburapha’s Novels” Special Exhibition, which is now open to public from March 29 – April 7, 2014 at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok, Thailand. Stop by if you are around.

Full credits for these exhibitions are as follows.


“The World of Sriburapha’s Novels” Exhibition, co-hosted by The City of Bangkok & The Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (PUBAT):

Charun Homtientong
Siwaroj Darnsomsathit

Prabda Yoon

Content Advisor & Writer
Roongwit Suwanapichon

Exhibition Design
Studio Aeroplane Co., Ltd.

SCG Paper

Special Thanks to
Wanee Saipradit
Pakwan Satumparatn


“The World is a Never-ending Novel” Exhibition, hosted by The Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand (PUBAT):

Charun Homtientong
Siwaroj Darnsomsathit
Suchada Sahaskul

Duangruethai Asanachatang

Content Advisor
Roongwit Suwanapichon

Panu Trivej

Graphic Design

Exhibition Design
Studio Aeroplane Co., Ltd.
SCG Paper

SCG Paper

Nitinont Wimongkolchai

Shine Communications Co., Ltd.

Thailand Booth @ TIBE 2014

February 7th, 2014

If you are in Taipei and interested in illustrations and graphic arts, don’t miss Thailand booth at Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE) 2014. The exhibition features artworks by 15 new generation Thai graphic novel artists. Opens today until February 10, 2014.

It was our pleasure to collaborate with PUBAT, The Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand, to develop a concept for this exhibition. Stop by if you are in the area!

(Image courtesy of Typhoon Books.)

For anyone looking for something to do in Bangkok during October 16-27, 2013, come and visit this temporary exhibition hosted by PUBAT, The Publishers and Booksellers Association of Thailand, at Queen Sirikit National Convention Center. The exhibition showcases writings and ideologies that lead to one of the biggest democratic events in Thailand, which took place on October 14, 1973.

For this project our studio had a chance to collaborate with Prabda Yoon (producer), Padd Duangruethai of Candide Books (exhibition curator), Prajak Kongkirati (exhibition content advisor), Uthis Haemamool (author), Wrongdesign House (graphic and key visual), and SCG Paper (exhibition fabrication.)

A bar stool and a counter stool from Museum Collection we designed for INGFAH Patio & Outdoor Furniture is currently on display at ‘Slow Hand Design: Thai-A-Spice Exhibition.’ The show opens this week at Superstudio Più in Milan, Italy, as part of Milan Design Week 2013. Stop by if you are in the area.

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