Sustainable living is the right thing to do and a smart thing to do. Have you done your bit?

Every day, we opt for fashionable clothes and grab a bite at a fancy eatery, which creates a direct impact on our environment — more than we think and more than we know.

As we swirl into a new decade, sustainability has been a driving concern for not only the fashion industry but in every field possible. It’s 2020 and it’s time to actually take some responsibility to do something for the crisis our world is facing.

We are so excited that Sansiri has taken the initiative to undertake us in a design journey that is all about quality living and sustainable growth at a creatively inspired community space. Welcome “Nature X Arts X Sustainability” where we will witness the beauty of art with sustainability at its best. The first week of February calls in all the beloved citizens of Bangkok (including netizens) at Ari-Pradipat area to experience the new artsy ambiance.

The “Sansiri Shaping Neighbourhoods” is breaking new grounds by promoting sustainable living at the THE LINE Phahol-Pradit this time being a part of the Bangkok Design Week 2020. Here’s everything you need to know about the activities and design works that will take over the city for the next couple of days.

Tinkering Pot

A golden pot of creativity and art, the synergy with passionate young designers here will bring works of university students to promote the creative economic system in a real-world location. Alongside this, we will see the famous illustrator Suntur creating works of art for the masses. Don’t miss out on Suntur’s stunning wall art that will please your eyes with surprise.

Eats Meet Waste

Ask yourself: do you throw your trash in the right place every day?
To emphasise and promote proper disposal of food trash, Sansiri approaches for design works to be set up on pushcarts which are normally used to carry street food in Ari area. It’s hard to imagine how raw art could be.

Have a Rest

Gaze over and admire the art installations all around the community. Fostering the relationship between the theme of trash eradication and community management, the “Nature X Arts X Sustainability” will surely shed some light on our community so we can paint a beautiful future for us and for the upcoming generations. Not to mention, there will also be engaging activities for visitors to enjoy throughout the week and some snazzy souvenirs to take back.

If you’re as excited as we are, head over to THE LINE Phahol-Pradipat Project from 1-9 February, 2 pm-9 pm. For more information, visit Sansiri’s event page.

Alisha Pawa
Alisha is a passionate dancer and is always creating her own choreographies. She is a fan of rom-com novels, a coffee-drinker who loves tea, and is always on-the-go for her midnight chocolate cravings. She hopes to tick-off her never-ending bucket list one day by hosting her own travel show.