I Don't Have Favorite Color Co., Ltd.East Studio

I Don't Have Favorite Color Co., Ltd.East Studio

Artworks - Award-winning - Craft - Decoration - Decorative Item - Design Product - Emotional Value - Everyday Life - Experimental Look - Furniture - Hand Embroidery - Installations - Interior Products - Lamps - Meaningful Object - Partitions - Surface Design - Wall Décor

Ease Studio recreates ordinary yet meaningful objects that reflect the beauty of everyday life. By integrating emotional value into their products, Ease Studio focuses on embroidery, based on the family business of Nichepak, one of the founders, as an embroidery factory with more than 30 years of experience. A Bangkok-based, multidisciplinary atelier started back in 2014, as well as an offshoot of a 30-year-old family-run embroidery business, Ease Studio, founded by Nichepak Torsutkanok and Wanus Choketaweesak, combines industry and experiment, craft and design to make interior products, furniture, partitions, lamps, installations and bespoke artwork that integrates graphic op-art of machine-generated and traditional hand embroidery. “By exploring colours, materials and textures, we aim to create new experiences for surface design and products through experimental looks and methods,” say the founders. Having planned to expand into global markets, the studio is currently working with top international hotel brands such as Shangri-La in China, creating a large wall décor for the hotel. The studio is keen to apply traditional Thai techniques of hand embroidery with industrial textile weaving in the installation and interior design products.

I Don't Have Favorite Color Co., Ltd.
32 Soi Charoenakorn46 Charoen Nakhon Rd, Bang Lamphu Lang, Bangkok 10600 Thailand

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