BrightLounge goes to Thailand! Besides the amazing experiences and places we discovered during our trip to Bangkok (check out our facebook page for behind the scenes photos), we meet and interview Pitupong, the founder and lead architect of Supermachine Studio. Pitupong’s vision on the role of architecture and design in our lives is inspiring and unique. His work incorporates elements of the Thai culture and a creative mix of simple and original patterns.
Supermachine Studio is also known for their work on the Big Mountain Music Festival, where they handle master planning, lighting and stage design. In Bangkok Supermachine Studio worked on the interior design of BU Lounge and Saatchi&Saatchi offices. For Pitupong, architecture and design are about communication, making a statement and making things fun. Ideas like the Pangolin House and the Lo-Fi Pixel Wall speak about his interest in current matters in the Thai society.
This episode we are giving away four bottle openers designed by Supermachine Studio for the No Red No Yellow Campaign they started a couple of years ago. To enter to win and for more details on how to participate, check out the giveaway page!
In the second half of the show we talk about the future of content subscription, RSS readers and content focused apps like Feedly and Zite. What are your favorite RSS apps, and what do you think technology will change in the way we consume information in 2012? Send us your answers and suggestions via email or @BrightLounge and make sure you enter our giveaway by the 15th of January 2012.