PiN’s primary passion is to upcycle worthless steel debris seen in everyday life into valuable Art objects & Home decors, by reusing materials and re-creating possibilities from the repetitive process of the door and window parts in the industrial system. With this concept, PiN has inspired all to rethink, redesign and reuse waste and turn it into valuables. Interestingly, this not only creates work in other forms of beauty, but there are also many other benefits as well, such as the reduction of environmental pollution. More than just scrap, this reincarnation of waste not only creates several art objects, it also creates pride and integrity among people in the shophouse, making them craftsmen instead of labor workers.

Growing up in a family-owned steel company and holding a Fine Arts Degree in Bangkok Thailand, Saruta Kiatparkpoom’ or PiN’s primary passion is to recycle worthless steel debris seen in everyday life into valuable home decors. To achieve the first stage of her passion, PiN participated in the Young Designer Project which allowed her to successfully experiment new ideas and techniques that liberated her artistic freedom. PiN’s wall lamp and furniture won the 2013 Design Excellence Award organized by The Department of International Trade Promotion of Thailand and this led her to successfully establish her own recycled-steel furniture brand, PiN.

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