STYLE Bangkok: Thai Lifestyle Products Go Global
Thai designed goods have long caught the eye of consumers worldwide for their quality of craftsmanship. With shifting global trends, lifestyle products made within the Kingdom have also become synonymous with thoughtful and artistic design. For those looking to familiarise themselves with these products and meet the designers, craftsman and manufacturers behind them, there is no better place to do so than at the next instalment of STYLE Bangkok, Thailand’s largest international consumer goods trade fair. Under the theme of “Crenovative Origin: Local Wisdom, Stylish Creativity” the event will focus on creative designs, state-of-the-art innovation, and original lifestyle products conceived in the Kingdom of Thailand.
(above) Diffuser from Mela
Highlights of this edition will include the exhibition Creative Asia, with furniture from emerging Asian designers; T-Style, fashion and lifestyle products by Thai designers; Innovation and Design Zone, displaying the latest innovations; Creative Asian, gathering Asia’s top designers; Creative Services, exploring the potential of new Thai creations for wellness to medical industries, character licensing, printing and packaging; and The Niche Markets zone; a cluster of exhibitions catering to all generations. In addition, the fair will feature a special exhibition titled, The Residence to showcase a collection of the best works in Thai design, art and lifestyle products.
(left) Flooring from Linie Design and furniture from Mobella | (right) Tipis Tribe by Mobella
STYLE Bangkok is the result of combining three of the country’s largest consumer goods fairs, namely the Bangkok International Fashion Fair and Bangkok International Leather Fair (BIFF & BIL), Bangkok International Gifts and Bangkok International Houseware Fair (BIG + BIH), and Thailand International Furniture Fair (TIFF). In addition to the products themselves, this year’s exhibits will focus on the businesses related to lifestyle objects in the travel, real estate and retail sectors.
Mood Chair by Room Lab