Furniture by P. Tendercool at the studio’s showroom in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: P. Tendercool Furniture by P. Tendercool at the studio’s showroom in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: P. Tendercool
Furniture by P. Tendercool at the studio’s showroom in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: P. Tendercool

‘We don’t kill trees’: Thai design studio founded by Belgians forges bespoke, handmade furniture from rustic hardwood

  • P. Tendercool, a radical design studio in Bangkok, uses wood sourced from places like old rice barns and houses to create grand new items
  • A single project can take weeks or months, crafted by Thai artisans with the help of an Italian bronze master who once worked for Salvador Dali

Topic |   Architecture and design
Furniture by P. Tendercool at the studio’s showroom in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: P. Tendercool Furniture by P. Tendercool at the studio’s showroom in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: P. Tendercool
Furniture by P. Tendercool at the studio’s showroom in Bangkok, Thailand. Photo: P. Tendercool
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