'Tenemnet H' are experimental project exploring new possibilities of Bangkok through designs.
The collection are aluminium modular cabinet inspired by shophouses in Bangkok,
where different facades are used for different functions and purposes.
It is designed to be a modular cabinet with a customisable facade for each user's needs.
It can also be adjusted to open from either front, back, or both ways, allowing usage as semi-partitions as well.
This project is part of 'Design Plant' exhibition for Bangkok Design week where young product designer are selected explore how we could create new design possibilities. The given concept is 'DOMESTIC'. We wanted to create a piece that reflects Thai, especially Bangkok people's life, a design that people can related to. This project are results of designer trying to explore shapes, form, colours and function of Bangkok charming chaotic architecture.
The collection are aluminium modular cabinet inspired by shophouses in Bangkok, where different facades are used for different functions and purposes.
This project are collaborative project between undergraduate student, design Mentor and furniture manufacturer.