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The ADP Design Tour Puts Asian Designers in International Spotlight in Bangkok

Bangkok, Thailand – The Asia Designer Communication Platform (ADP) brings its Design Tour to Bangkok from May 24 to June 6, 2017. During these two weeks, ADP will be hosting specialized workshops for designers, an exclusive dinner party for the media and industry partners, as well as a modern design exhibition in collaboration with Sombat Permpoon Gallery.

Since its establishment, ADP has been pursuing its mission to help Asian design gain global recognition and assist Asian designers to expand their business outside their home country on an international level. This way the organization has brought many new and exciting business opportunities to creatives around Asia Pacific and has significantly contributed to building partnerships between designers and design organizations around the world.

During the upcoming Design Tour, ADP will present its Level A Certification Course on May 24, 2017, at Hubba-To, South-East Asia’s newest and most innovative co-working space. With its unique interior design and highly creative atmosphere, it is the ideal place to host a workshop that is intended to teach creatives to reach out to the international market and gain global exposure for their work.

On the evening of the same day, ADP is inviting thought leaders of local business organizations, the international world of design and representatives of Thailand’s leading media outlets for a dinner party at Attitude, the Westin Grande’s classy rooftop venue. This event will be full of excellent networking opportunities and inspiring idea exchanges, making it the place to be for everyone wanting to be a part of the community ADP is building.

To give the public a taste of ADP’s work, the association has partnered with Sombat Permpoon Gallery, Thailand’s leading gallery of contemporary art. For two weeks, it will be hosting a unique collection titled “Cross the Line - Penetrate Asian Market and Step onto the International Stage”. It will be featuring work by some of the most celebrated, talented international designers.

With this fine combination of events, workshops and exhibitions, ADP is advancing its cause of putting forward Asian designers to the global market. By shining the spotlight on innovations here in Thailand and other countries in Asia Pacific the design community will continue to flourish and convince the global market of its capabilities and creativity.

“We are thrilled to be bringing the Design Tour to Bangkok this year. It’s such an international city that makes a great platform for both established and emerging designers to reach out and promote their work to a larger audience. Bringing leading industry players and creatives from around the world together is our mission at ADP, and we are sure the events we are hosting here will help us accomplish it,” explains ADP.

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About Asia Designer Communication Platform:
Asia Designer Communication Platform (ADP) is an important organization devoted to promoting the global design exchange. It is also the first cross-spectrum design association in Asia with offices in Hong Kong, Sydney, and Amsterdam. Since its establishment, it has assisted dozens of famous regional designers in successfully stepping onto the international stage.

ADP deeply understands that Asian design has not only aroused global attention. Asia is also the most important market in the world. To promote communication between designers from all over the world with Asian designers, the outstanding designers and winners of the top world design awards, iF, Red Dot, GDA, and IDSA, in the fields of graphic design, interior design, architectural design, and industrial design are all eager to join in expectation of creating higher value for the Asian design industry together and the greater market needs.

Asia Designer Communication Platform’s Most Prominent Advisors and Members:
Argentinean Interior Designer and jury member of Interior Design Excellence Award Alexander Lotersztain
Dutch International Award-winning Architect and Interior Designer Camiel Weijenberg
Irish Graphic Designer and frequent jury member of different design awards Conor Clarke
Taiwanese International Award-winning Interior and Industrial Designer Janus Huang
Thai Architect and designer of Thailand Creative & Design Centre and The Jam Factory in Bangkok Yarinda Bunnag
Taiwanese International Award-winning Interior Designer Timmy Chou
Chinese International Award-winning Graphic Designer Liu Yong Qing
Australian International Arts Curator Annie Ivanova
Japanese International Award-winning Architect Kikuma Watanabe
Taiwanese International Award-winning Interior Designer Roy Huang
Finnish International Award-winning Architect Helena Sandman
Japanese Award-winning Architect Hajime Tsuruta