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Design concept sketches for “Give Us a Little More Time,” a video art exhibition by Chulayarnnon Siriphol at Bangkok CityCity Gallery.

The designs of the installation were developed around the artist’s statement about time, delusions, and the politics of media coercion while taking into account the appropriateness of being in the physical space during the 2020 global pandemic. The final design was refined from many discussions among the team members regarding the unique quality of being presence in the space as well as the relationship among fine arts, art galleries, and our daily lives.

Visit this link for more information on the video art: Chulayarnnon Siriphol – Give Us a Little More Time – 21.06-09.08.2020

“Give Us a Little More Time” Exhibition by Chulayarnnon Siriphol at BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY.

Our studio had an opportunity to collaborate with the gallery and the artist on exhibition & installation concept and design for this video art installation. The show is on view now until August 9, 2020. If you are in Bangkok, please check it out.

 

Gallery
BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY

Film Artist/Director
Chulayarnnon Siriphol

Sound Design
Marmosets

Installation & Exhibition Design & Concept
Studio Aeroplane

Exhibition Installation & Production
Paraform Studio

AV Installation
An Ant AV Service

Busy Bees

December 10th, 2019

Our interior design and store concept for a take-out/delivery outlet located on Sukhumvit 49 Road in Bangkok.

Environmental graphic design and concept by Pink Blue Black & Orange.

Completed in 2018 this two-bedroom residential project, located in The Ritz-Carlton Residences at Mahanakhon, is designed for a couple who spends time living between Thailand and Europe.

Visit our Facebook Album for more details and images from this project.

Renderings of a five-bedroom sky residence unit for a young family of five, one of our interior design projects currently in progress in Mahanakhon Building.

 

Custom-Design Daybed Sofa

December 22nd, 2018

Custom-design daybed sofa by our studio. Because its setting is a narrow, elongated space, we designed the shape of this sofa similar to a fan, which can provide a large seating surface without taking up too much width of the room. The gentle curve seating and the gentle angular back allow two users to lie down comfortably at different corners. Soft, rayon fabric is used for upholstery where the body touches the furniture for maximum comfort.

Beehive Buns Bakery

March 31st, 2018

Completed in 2017, Beehive Buns Bakery is a family-owned bakery located on Sukhumvit 49 Road serving freshly baked pastries and pizzas as well as fun, personalized baked goods for private orders. In order to support its non-commercialized ethics, the design of Beehive Buns Bakery aims to create a friendly, cozy, home-like atmosphere where customers can relax and forget about time.

Logo and graphic design by Pink Blue Black & Orange.

‘MUSEUM OF KIRATI’ Exhibition

November 30th, 2017

Photos from the exhibition, “MUSEUM OF KIRATI,” which our studio has a chance to collaborate with BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY and artist/film director, Chulayarnon Siriphol.

MUSEUM OF KIRATI, a fictional museum situated in a parallel universe, takes audiences to the surrealistic realm created by Chulayarnon, which he built up from a novel, “Behind the Painting,” by Sriburapha. We are certainly glad to be a part of this quirky, unpredictable playfulness.

The exhibition runs from today until January 21, 2018 at BANGKOK CITYCITY GALLERY

For more information, please visit:
https://www.facebook.com/bangkokcitycity/

One of our residential interior projects in progress this year.

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

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