Creator Profile

Anon Pairot

Thai industrial designer/artist Anon Pairot turns underrated local inspirations into stylish objects.

Anon Pairot_chanpen lamp



Designer of the Year, Silpakorn University


Design Excellence Award (DEmark)


Venice Biennale

Famous for his sense of humor and quirky designs, Bangkok-based Anon Pairot keeps experimenting on shapes, forms and materials with art, playfulness and innovative ideas.
Art and design might be considered two different worlds, but these two arenas collide in the universe of Anon Pairot, a rising designer based in Bangkok. Injecting art into every piece of work, Pairot has turned his designs into some kind of objets d’art, blending functions with emotional aesthetics and a hint of Thai culture.
A mechanical engineering graduate, Pairot found his passion in industrial design and decided to further his study in this field. After an internship at London’s Royal College of Art, he returned to Bangkok to establish his design studio Anon Pairot Design Studio.

Since then, Anon Pairot has worked with numerous global brands, from Fendi andPhillippe Morris to Grohe and Heineken. His furniture designs have been displayed in the most prestigious places like Vitra Design Museum and Philippe Starck’s design hotel. In 2017, he attracted global attention with his outstanding work Chiangrai Ferrari, showcased at the Venice Biennale.

Recently, Anon Pairot has shifted his focus more to art. As a result, his creations have turned into much-coveted objets d’art that make every space more interesting.

Flow Table

Inspired by Buddharupa (Buddha statue), Anon turns the pleats of Buddha statues’ robes into a one-of-a-kind table. The pieces are handcrafted by Thai craftsmen with the same techniques as those used to create Buddha statues. The work also plays with the ambiguity of the term “robe”, which also refers to a woman’s skirt in Thai.


2F No. 1/6 Soi Ekamai 2, Sukhumvit 63, Klongtan Nua, Wattana, Bangkok 10110

Anon Pairot Designer


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