June 24, 2012 00:00 By The Nation on Sunday 2,616 Viewed
Sitting down at Chanintr
Chairs come under the spotlight in Chanintr Living’s summer collection. The boutique is displaying the Aeron Chair by Bill Stumpf and Don Chadwick, Suzanne Kasler’s sculpture-like Alexandra Chair, the Spartane Dining Chair by Christian Liagre, classic bistro chairs designed by Michael Thonet in 1859 and many more.
Previous furniture collections are on sale at its outlet on Sukhumvit Soi 61 from Thursday until July 8. Find out more at www.ChanintrLiving.com.
Organic in the abstract
Veteran artist Yanawit Kunchaethong returns to local art scene with his new solo show “Print from Forest” opening on Tuesday at Ardel’s Third Place Gallery on Thonglor Soi 10.
On display are abstract print collections the artist made his own organic colours from plants and natural substances. A printmaker and instructor at Silpakorn University, Yanawit has been researching natural, non-toxic colours for nearly a decade. The show runs until July 22. Visit www.ArdelGallery.com.
Louis Vuitton launched recently its first iPad application designed in partnership with Les Editions de La Martiniere. Adapted from the book “Louis Vuitton: 100 Legendary Trunks”, this application offers a new reading experience and constitutes an innovative digital approach. On display are 100 legendary trunks, more than 1,000 illustrations and unpublished documents, 40 videos and sound clips as well as 360-degree views of 10 very special trunks. All texts are available in French, English, Mandarin and Japanese. Check it out at www.LouisVitton.com.