Anon Pairot Founder of Anon Pairot Design Studio
In 1997, Anon graduated with a degree in mechanical engineering from King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok (KMUTNB). He later shifted his focus from engineering to industrial design, enrolling in the Faculty of Architecture at King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL). He received a Ford Automobile Australia scholarship to learn the design and development for automobile in Melbourne. In 2006 he received a young generation designed development scholarship to had an internship at Royal Collage of Art University, London, England by the supported of TCDC, Prime Minister’s Office. From 2000, he started his career as a product designer from the success in the competitions for many brands; Samsung, Mitsubishi, ModernForm and PowerBuy. He started his first full-time work as curator and design director at Srivikorn Group Holding. At this stage in his career, he primarily focused in the areas of research and development for All Living shop and Restrogent Bangkok. At the age of 23, he also a guest designer for many brands such as Planet 2001 Co.,Ltd, Kalser Porzlaine Gmbh (Germany), Lamptitude, Kenkoon, Plato, Kun etc. His creativity had been awarded and displayed to the international level which included Salon Sattelite, Macef Desing Awards, Red Dot Germany, Best of the Best Furniture Chair of the Year 2007 from Singapore Furniture Industry Council, Wallpaper Awards, HabitatExhibition with Tom Dixon, Paris Talent A La Cart 2004, Face of Designer of the year 2011. These brought him an invitation from Alexander Von Vegesack, Chairman of the Boards Vitra Design Museum in France to be a representative at the Boisbuchet Workshop at CIGE, China.
He was honored by Thailand’s Fine Arts Department for the award of Silpa Bhirasri as the best designer of the year 2008 – 2009. With this success, he was invited from the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration and Siam Cement Group to design contemporary sculptures and curated the project “Follow the King’s Speech” for the occasion of King’s 84th birthday on December 5th, 2011 under the control of Bureau of the Royal Household and Ministry of Culture, Kingdom of Thailand.
In 2007, he founded his own design studio, the Anon Pairot Design Studio. His business provided interior designs, the designs and consultant with business strategy, design development for sustainable business. He had a willing to merge the designs with marketing, economy and cultures. Now ha has clients from all over places such as Fendi, Matraz, Vitra Design Museum, Boibuchet, Phillipe Morris, Diagio Moet, Heineken, Bacadi, 42Below, Johnnie Walker, Sansiri, Noble Development, Siam Center, Hive65, Casa de La Flora Boutique Hotel, Grohe, Vitra Bathroom, Bath&Spa, Sofitel, W Hotel Group, Park Ventures, Paradini, Moban, IKSV, Hardrock Cafe Group, Maurice Lacroix etc. In 2012, Anon Pairot Design Studio had expand to the product design service and planning creative strategy to the society and environment. He was named as a planning and consultant creative activity for cooperate social responsibility, Department of International Trade Promotion, Ministry of Commerce, Thailand. He was also be a committee of Prime Minister Award 2013 – 2014 in the category of Innovation and Environment.
He was selected by the Philippine’s government, CITEM, to be one of the dynamic international designer of 2013 for Global Designer Exhibition. He had a showcase with a French designer, Arik Levy, in Manila. Furthermore, at the same year, he was announced as a new-face designer from the National Arts Council, Singapore, and showed his talents at Singapore Art Biennale 2013, Singapore Art Museum and a talk “If The World Change” 2014, he was selected as Milan Hilight Design from Elle France for “Zatellite”, a lighting collection, with a brand Schema. He has a special collection with Kenneth Cobonpue. He designed an exclusive collection for Absolute Vodka Designer 2014. Curator and founder of young-blood designers named Asia Talents. The community of contemporary Asian designers who merged the knowledge of local idea and new technology. He has a chance to work with Wataru Sakuma, a Japanese designer, with a project of DEWA : Design from Waste of Agriculture supported by Thai government. This project will also help the learning of recycle local waste to be products from the potential of local people.