Rugby School Thailand
Our late King, H.M. Bhumibhol Adulyadej, will be remembered as a lifelong patron of education and the arts. His tremendous genius was expressed in his mastery along eight different areas: a philosopher educator, languages, sports, photography, fine arts, innovation, music, and science. We hope that future students will learn about and appreciate His Majesty's teachings and example. All of our artwork concepts that we present are inspired by His Majesty's intellectual proficiency and myriad accomplishments demonstrated throughout his 70 year reign.
All the artworks created for Thongsai Bay resort inspired by the beautiful surroundings of the property and the philosophy of sustainable living.
Modena Hotel at FYI
The new building complex our works are located in is right across the road from a well-known fresh market. Life around the market was our inspiration, as vendors and shoppers often utilized the Tuk-Tuk for transportation. Vibrant colours and sensations around the market imparts a distinctive personality to the neighborhood.
These two pieces are at opposite ends of the room are balanced in a way that suggests the monochromatic Tuk-Tuk has momentum going towards the colorful region.
Art Stage Singapore 2016
NESTSCAPE is a large-scale mixed media fabric artwork created especially for Art Stage Singapore 2016 by prominent Thai artist and designer Ploenchan Vinyaratn. She is a graduate of Central St. Martin's London in Woven Textiles.
The NESTSCAPE Art Stage entrance piece transports the viewer through a partial tunnel framed by arching wings. As a continuing concept of her previous series Womb, channeling the transition from the warm safety of the uterine nest into the sensory cacophony of the outside world, a hand-stitched explosion of colours and sensations leading to emergence into freedom.
Mook's signature appliqué technique forms the core of NESTSCAPE's entire structure.
Size: W4.5 x L6.9 x H4.5 m.
Technique: Applique, printed and embroidery
Phi Ta Khonare ghosts of the revered fertility festival of the same name, held annually
in Loeiprovince in Thailand's Northeast Isanregion. The colourful spirits of our Phi Ta Khon
inspired flags keep an observant eye over all the joyful revelers of Wonderfruit.
Wall art in residence
Size: 150 x 130 cm.
Plaza Athenee Bangkok
Textile wall art, Floral concept decorative wall art and sculptures.
Applique, print and embroidery
Textile Art / Applique
Applique textile, artwork commissioned for private collection in Pakchong, Thailand.
Size W 120 x L 120 cm
Size W 80 x L 200 cm
"Coffee Journey" weaves the tale behind a cup of coffee from its origins as a seedling at a plantation, to harvesting the coffee cherries, to roasting of the beans and finally brewing at the coffee shop.
Size 1.80 x 7.20 sq metres
Applique and needlework technique in which patterns or representational scene where smaller pieces of fabric are affixed to a larger piece with contrasting colours or textures.
Royal Projects Market, Central Embassy
Concept : The Royal Project at Doi Aung Kang
size: 80 x 200 cm.
Textile Art / Applique
The Love of Father and Daughter Applique textile artwork, commissioned for private collection in Bangkok, Thailand.
Size: 1.10 x 2.40 meter
This set of three sculptures were created using fibreglass resin technique as "functional artpieces" that mimic marble in weight and finish, customised to the outdoor space they reside in and able to be utilised as seating.
Technique: Crafted from marble-like fibreglass resin
Size: W 125 x L 250 x H 95 cm. / W 50 cm x H 50 cm. / W 55 cm. x L 80 cm. x H 60 cm.
Decorative wall art / bookshelves
Technique: cast brass
Size: W 1.902 x H 1.10 x D 30 cm
This 4 x 6 meter hand-stitched and embroidered three-dimensional textile art wallpiece was created by Beyond Living, based on a sketch of Krachow Sita (Aristolochia indica) by illustrator Pomm Jitpratuk.
All the cotton and silk fabric used in this artwork is sourced from Her Majesty the Queen’s SUPPORT Foundation (The Foundation for the Promotion of Supplementary Occupations and Related Techniques). The Krachow Sita is a flowering creeper vine found attached to tree trunks in the forests of Thailand and is also a popular ornamental plant. The nuance of femininity is evocative of Sita, the avatar of Lakshmi and the embodiment of perfect womanhood in the Ramayana epic; she is the lover and soulmate of the epic’s hero Rama, incarnation of Vishnu.
Wall artwork / Maison et object 2014
SACICT's latest collection to make its debut at Maison et Objet 2014, Ramakien Rhythms, was conceived from elements of time-honoured traditional Thai dance. From the glittering costumes of likay, to the spooky mystique of Pii Ta Khon, to the pageantry of Khon masked dance, inspirations from these cultural treasures have been incorporated into innovative designs and forms for unique accessories and furnishings to enhance the modern living space with an elegant and colourful flourish of Thai performing arts.
Wall artwork / Maison et Objet 2013
Hand-stitched appliqué and embroidery
Very Thai collection, inspired by design elements at the Grand Palace and Temple of the Emerald Buddha.
Wall artwork / Maison et Objet 2012
Hand-stitched appliqué and embroidery
Wall art developed as part of collection based on Hill Tribe Jewelry.
All accessories, artwork, and styling developed and implemented for full refurbishment of the old Baan Taling Ngam Resort as the new Intercontinental Samui.
Nagaworld Hotel & Entertainment Complex, Phnom Penh
Developed a peacock-inspired series of 24 hand-stitched and hand-embroidered applique wall art pieces for VVIP Public Area and Duplex rooms.
Sizes: 3.1 x 2.6 meters, 1.2 x 1.1 meters, 1.1 x 1.4 meters, 75 cm x 2.6 meters
Slow Hand Exibition at Milan Furniture Fair
Commissioned artwork, this applique wall art piece was inspired by Ban Chiang Pottery
Size: 2 x 2 meters.
Centara Udon Thani
Applique textile art: Inspired by ancient Ban Chiang pottery excavated from a local UNESCO World Heritage Site in Udon Thani Province.
Size: 4 x 4 meters
Recycled textile: made from fabric scraps
Le Meridien Chiang Mai
Applique textile art:
Made from handwoven cotton fabric found locally in Chiang Mai. Concept: Inspired by traditional northern flags Illustration by: Be Our Friend Co., Ltd
Park Ventures Ecoplex
Created according to the client's “The Vital Oasis for Victors” concept
All the materials used are recycled and reclaimed industrial waste generated during the construction of the building.
Vana Belle Samui
Hand-stitched appliqué and embroidery wall art for Vana Belle Samui resort. Inspired by fish fins & peacock feathers.
Venue Rama 5 by SC Asset
Residential project, designed for an owner with strong passion for arts and crafts and appreciation for handicrafts. The floral headboard is done in appliqué technique and inspired by crochet and macramé works.