The using of leftovers of ash wood from other furniture and paste it together make it have new pattern of containment. Showing the ash wood texture of many of stems combined together in larger area with small pieces on a chair or table. This is a real efficient using of materials by left the least leftovers. ASHSEMBLE the ash assembled.
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ARTE’ WEEKEND JUL 25-26, 2009
Retro by Anon Pairot
ANON is preparing for his latest installation sculpture in ARTE’ WEEKEND JULY 2009 in Retro concept by using his tape collection mix with the most notable chair in that regime, the Panton chair and what he is going to present, is a-must to see how stun he could do this time at the middle of Thonglor soi 10, Football Arena.
“Retro by Anon Pairot
“A less successful experiment is preferable to a beautiful platitude.”
Verner Panton, born in 1959, Danish designer Verner Panton spent many years thinking about how to produce a plastic chair moulded in one piece. Together with Vitra, he came up with the first prototypes in the 1960s and Panton Chair went into series production as of 1967. Unlike the cheaper Panton Chair Standard in solid plastic, Panton Chair Classic is made of rigid expanded plastic and has a lacquered surface.
that all history come to Anon PAirot landmark sculpture idea to represent a good symbolic of 1970’s-1980’s history and the Retrospective design context. This experiment will be represent the good charecteristic of Retro installation by the retro graphic composition arrangement with very vevid colour of TAPE work What Anon Pairot love to do in many art installation.”
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Museum Workshop which held at Boibuchet in cooperation with Centre Gorge Pompidou museum in 17-23 May 2009.
“By using less material and energy and shortening processing times, we will seek to generate less waste while still creating a high standard of craftsmanship. The focus will be on rethinking the design process to instill a product or small-scale furniture piece with newfound emotion. Everyday objects will be re-examined and re-designed with minor changes to give high-tech objects a more natural feel. We will work with different kinds of bamboo with the goal of creating a product that could eventually go into production for the Boisbuchet Collection.”
(quote from : VITRA Design museum Workshop😉