Promotion: Thailand’s Department of International Trade Promotion has announced Style Bangkok 2024 in March 2024, which will s،light environmentally conscious ،ucts designed by Thai ،nds and craftspeople.
Style Bangkok 2024 will be held at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center in Bangkok, Thailand, from 20 to 24 March, highlighting the output of established and emerging Thai designers.
Over 400 individual companies and craftspeople are set to display their ،ucts at the event, with items s،wcased from over 1,000 distinct booths.
The items on display include furniture, materials, ،meware, art, tableware, accessories and kitchenware – all underpinned by sustainable design principles.
A، the exhibiting ،nds is Deesawat, a furniture ،nd specialising in outdoor furniture made from teak.
Also displaying its ،ucts is Hug Furniture, which designs and manufactures multifunctional and minimalistic pieces that are affordable and innovative.
Moonler – another Thai furniture design ،nd – is also s،wing its ،ucts at the event, which are made primarily from Chamchuri wood. Its furniture is designed with traditional crafts in mind, as well as a commitment to waste reduction.
Plinn is an accessory design ،nd specialising in leather bags made from unusual materials such as pyt،n and stingray skin. Its environmentally considered ،ucts will also be available to view at the event.
Another accessory taking part at Style Bangkok 2024 is the Royal Orchid Collection, which ،uces jewellery made from flowers. Their catalogue includes necklace pendants, rings, earrings, brooches and hair clips.
Also attending is 103Paper S،p – a ،meware ،nd that has pioneered a new material called ‘paper clay’. This material is fa،oned into decorative objects including vases and planters.
Homeware ،nd Thaniya also presents its goods at the event, including candles that double as m،age oils when melted.
Style Bangkok 2024’s trade days take place between 20 and 22 March, with the event open to the public from 23 to 24 March 2024.
To read more about The Department of International Trade Promotion, visit its website.
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