TAK (parent company of Lamitak) threw an exclusive party in Bangkok recently for 1,800 guests, in an highly-anticipated annual event that rewards our valued business partners in Southeast Asia.
Interior design inspiration can come from many sources – homes, offices, even material showrooms such as Spac3!
Lamitak laminates play an important role in the design of casual halal Thai eatery Saap Saap Thai’s new outlet at Funan Mall, and we spoke to its designer Tan Wee Meng of U:phoria Architecture and Designs to find out why.
Lots of greenery dot the airy sunlit space and guests will feel like they’ve stepped into someone’s industrial-chic home instead. Take a look at SPAC3 here!
Think retro style and lots of bright happy colours come to mind. The use of wood for furniture, even for walls, was also a dominant feature in mid-century homes. Read on to find out how to create exuberant retrolicious style with laminates!
To introduce its new laminates to a larger regional audience, Lamitak once again participated in the eminent architecture business event, Archidex, this year.
Nature evolves and so does Lamitak, in its ability to continually surprise the industry with laminate designs that are fresh and original. We look at some standout patterns from the latest Portfolio.
Lamitak laminates are used in homes, offices, restaurants and other interiors everywhere, thanks to their immense decorative potential. Now they are stepping into the art world, with Lamitak’s participation in the Venice Art Biennale 2019, the prestigious international art exhibition which runs from May 11 to November 24 this year.