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A CUP 

OF 

COFFEE

EXHIBITION

The objective of this exhibition isto examine the connection of human interaction with daily used products which, in this case, is a cup of coffee.  We are looking through the connection based on human perception and interpretation towards a cup of coffee which reflect different forms of human behavior.  Coffee cups are not used just for containing or drinking but more than hundreds of them have been chosen to be examined, whether they are universal designed cup or unique local designed cup.  There are many of them that we are familiar with, many that we use, many that we may have seen but never use, and many that weren’t purposely designed to be coffee cups but we use them anyway.  You will find ‘A Cup of Coffee’ from 15 creators whose designs didn’t focus on its color or its shape but rather representing the creators’ different ideas towards their cup of coffee.  Let’s try to understand and explore the connection of ‘A Cup of Coffee’.  We hope that you might find some values hidden in these daily used products. 

 

exhibition by

issaraphap

participants

Suwan Kongkhunthian

(Product Designer, Chiang Mai)

 

Assistant ProfessorPim Sudhikam 

(Lecturer at Department of Industrial Design, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University / Ceramic Designer, Bangkok)

 

Imhathai Kunjina

(Product Designer/ Project Manager atThailand Creative and Design Center Chiang Mai, Chiang Mai) 

 

Sumanatsya VoharnPh.d.

(Lecturer at Department of Design, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University / Product Designer, Chiang Mai)

 

Sarngsan Na Soontorn

(Lecturer at Department of Design, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Création Industrielle(ENSCI) – Les Ateliers/ Product Designer, Paris)

 

 Pichan Sujaritsatit

(Photographer, Bangkok)

 

Teema Muekthong

(Lecturer at Department of Design, Prince of Songkla University/ Visual Artist/ Barista, Songkhla)

 

InClay Studio Pottery : Jirawong Wongtrangan

(Ceramic Designer, Chiang Mai)

 

Chatchaiwat Pottery Studio: Chatchaiwat Chungchoo

(Ceramic Designer, Chiang Mai)

 

Another New Design Studio :JittrapaLerttaweewit

(Experience Designer, Bangkok)

 

Trailer Espresso Bar : Maythasit Ruangprasittiporn

(Coffee Shop Owner, Chiang Mai)

 

o-d-a: Jutamas Buranajade, Piti Amraranga

(Product Designer, Bangkok)

 

THINKK Studio : Ploypan Theerachai, Decha Archjananun

(Product and Interior Designer, Bangkok)

 

Atelier2+ : Ada Chirakranont, Worapong Manupipatpong

(Product and Interior Designer, Bangkok)

 

Issaraphap: Nichepak Torsutkanok, Wanus Choketaweesak, Ratthee Phaisanchotsiri, Teerapoj Teeropas

(Product Designer, Bangkok)

for

TCDC Chaingmai

supported by

TCDC Chaingmai

2018

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