Because we would love to further our work in the installation scale, so we team up with Paveena – an architect who specializes in computational design and digital fabrication. The collaboration work initiates multidisciplinary experimentation towards material manipulation and pattern formation parallel with the specialization of computational design to digital fabrication offers a process orientation that gives cutting edge outcome and solution, introducing a new unexpected experience.
Doi Saket New Clothes is a collaboration between P. Siraphisut, VINNPATARARIN and FAHPAV.
Doi Saket New Clothes is a travesty of a fairy tale named Emperor’s new clothes used to express when many people believe something that is not true and follow the society rules just because you want to be acceptable.
Since technology is everything in this country, We lost our belief when we follow the rules of society.
Our collaborations are taking you back to the countryside. Living with nature of the old days in the Doi Saket District and retreat yourself with the moon festival. By using vintage photographs as a medium to bring back your memories, special techniques of collage as an element to represent identity, society and politics with the song ‘Nhong Bua’ lyric as a storyteller about your feelings. The result will pull you gentlely back to remember your true-self again
VINN PATARARIN, a multi-disciplinary fashion design, collaborates with Paveena Amornkul (FAHPAV), an architect specializing in computational design, for this project. We aim to experiment on muti-culture of art. Moreover, process orientation will lead us to see the relationship of time of the local heritage and modern digital craftsmanship as social experimentation.
VINN PATARARIN ดีไซน์แฟชั่นข้ามศาสตร์ (multi-disciplinary fashion design) ร่วมมือกับปวีณา อมรกูล สถาปนิกผู้เชี่ยวชาญในการออกแบบด้วยคอมพิวเตอร์ เราตั้งเป้าที่จะทำการทดลองในวัฒนธรรมหลากหลายของศิลปะ โดยใช้ขั้นตอนที่เน้นกระบวนการ ซึ่งจะนำเราให้ไปเห็นความสัมพันธ์ระหว่างเวลาของมรดกท้องถิ่น และงานหัตถกรรมดิจิตอลร่วมสมัย ซึ่งเป็นเสมือนการทดลองทางสังคม
by VINN PATARARIN
THE NEW ROMANCE, L’OFFICIEL THAILAND, July 2014 issue
We got an inspiration from Reneto Nicolodis work. His installation refer to archetypical architecture model which he try to imply as symbolic of time, science, nature and identity of man. We found that architecture elements has relations to space and culture, furthermore, repetition and variation of elements perceive as ornament. We aims to challenge this notions in human scale, craftsmanship and fashion culture. To consider human body as context where we question on how ornaments could react and construct garment parallel with identity and culture. Experimenting on traditional and modern craftsmanship to explore how materials and techniques can construct volume based on architecture and space aspect of Reneto. The project investigates the relationship between moving ornament in relation to space, moreover, celebrating value of craftsmanship that fabricate culture and identity.
With this project, We decided to do the collaboration with the locals in Chiang Mai, to working on the real Thai craftsmanship such as knitting, embroidery and natural dyeing. We already contact some of the locals like น้านิ่ว ( praneet bain ) and สตูดิโอแน่นหนา. Most of all the work will be the experimentation on fabric and techniques by using our signature motif and repeated it continuously.
is a multidisciplinary architect and designer, who committed to theoretical research and experimentation across various design fields (architecture, fashion,product and textile) with the concern of sociology and cultural diversity. To satisfy his success, he aimed to be trained as a professional and develop his interesting area, so he attended Mastère Spécialisé, Création et Technologie Contemporaine, at ENSCI, Les Aterlier,Paris. He studied architectural design in International program in Design and Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. He become proficient from the finest university with solid traditional studies emerge with international aspect of the program. Since 2006 he was developing his profession by participating various courses and workshops around the world. In 2010, he achieved his academic success be receiving INDA Award – Design Excellence.
Currently, he is developing is design project “Wearing Identity – textile and architecture”. The project introduces the structure of architecture to textile, more importantly, flexibility of textile to architecture. The design develops on graphic, self-structure, material, fashion and intelligence design where the project based on investigation of identity, lifestyle and post-modern culture. He did internship at Iris van Herpen, haute couture house. Now he is pursuing his profession as a multidisciplinary designer.
is an artist and a designer. She was originated in
Bangkok and now based in Paris. She was graduated from Srinakharinwirot University, a major fashion design school in Thailand and further her diploma in stylism de mode enseignment technique supérieur privé at Studio Bercot.
One of the best top 5 fashion schools in the world. She has strong ideal about re-engaging traditional costume and modern wear as art of wearing relates to identity, culture and lifestyle. Furthermore, the aspect of history, sociology
and politic that has been involved with fashion are always re-interpret in her work as provocative wearable art.
In 2010, She achieved her academic success by granted for the profound work of best concept and developing fashion design project from 30 other fashion student candidates from all over the country in Thailand’s Graduates Fashion
In 2013, She is one of the students of 42 from 150 people who have been carefully selected to exhibit the Studio Bercot’s annual fashion show in Musee D’orsay. After finish several internships with an haute couture house named Azzedine
ALAIA and new talented brand named Katharina Gruber. She is now developing on her projects to emerge between fashion and her local-artisanal like, creativity, innovations and originality. She plans to continue her career as
a fashion designer and an artist.
is an architect specializing in computational design and digital fabrication. Her principal approach on architectural design projects involves the integration of digital specialization parallel with physical realization. She has gained a Distinction award for her MArch Architectural Design in 2012 at UCL Bartlett School of Architecture in the UK, In 2011 whilst studying for her BSc International programme in Design and Architecture at Chulalongkorn University, Thailand, she was selected for an exchange programme in Architecture at École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture de Paris-Belleville, France. She has worked as an architect since her postgraduate graduation, continuously implementing digital design within her works.