ID student wins “Design for Society/Eco-Sustainable Design” in EPDA 2020

Natthorn Uliss, one of the students in Industrial Design, was proclaimed Winner in Design for Society/Eco-Sustainable Design, European Product Design Awards (EDPA) 2020 with his design work called “ULISS”. His work is one of the two selected pieces representing Thailand for the contest in the international level.

ULISS is created to encourage innovation in furniture design emphasizing the sustainable design concept. The chair’s design is inspired by Bauhaus (German: “building house”) and utilizes a novel “easy-to-assemble” process which also provides benefits in logistics. The ULISS chair is produced from recycled products, and the consumers will be informed as to where the materials come. Also ULISS encourages creativity because the users can easily assemble the chairs by themselves, and they can mix and match the colors in their home.

The European Product Design Award was created to recognize the efforts of international talented product designers who aim to improve our daily lives with their practical, well-thought-out creations and make our lives simple and easy. Among those who joined the international competition were students, designers and companies coming from several countries across the globe, packed with more than a thousand of design works. For more info about the contest, visit this link:


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