Chiang Mai Design Awards (CDA) is an activity initiated to support creative talents and to promote investment in design and strategic tools. Held to support the government’s Creative Economy policy, Chiang Mai Design Awards was first introduced in December 2011 as Nimmanhaemin Art and Design Promenade (NAP), organized by Creative Chiang Mai (CCM) with partners including TCDC Chiang Mai, Science and Technology Park Chiang Mai University and the Faculty of Architecture, Chiang Mai University.
When it comes to silk, Thai silk has been known to be one of the world’s finest, and this notion was highlighted again in Chiang Mai Design Week 2018 which featured a special fashion show entitled Thai Silk Couture.
“Thais only read eight lines a year” is a famous saying to illustrate the reading culture in Thailand. But if you happen to join some of the Book Expos held 5-6 times a year, you will see that the saying is not quite true.
Art lovers in Thailand, rejoice! Bangkok finally welcomes its first Art Biennale. Under the theme of 'Beyond Bliss', Bangkok Art Biennale features works of 75 artists from 33 countries in 20 locations.
The Department of International Trade Promotion (DITP) cordially invites you to experience the top 10 Thai design and luxury brands in the THAI LUXE Global Lifestyle showcase event in Shanghai on 14th September 2018 at the Swatch Hotel Art Peace.
SIAM SENSES celebrates the talents and tenacity of Thai creative pioneers and entrepreneurs, spanning across diverse ﬁelds of creative practices: fashion, lifestyle, product design and furniture. Recognized by the Department of International Trade Promotion’s 3 hallmark projects: DEmark, Talent Thai and Designers’Room. These chosen brands and products reﬂect an excellence in design, imagination, functionality and top-class aesthetics.