TT:NT is established by the collaboration projects between us, Tithi Kutchamuch and Nutre Arayavanish. We both graduated from Royal College of Art in 2007, one in product design and the other one in jewellery design and making, one who develops ideas in her dreaming head and the other who develops by her hand, one who makes things in one piece and the other who puts hundreds pieces in one, one who would go for the most basic stuff and the other who would look for the most detailing work.

We share our differences in the projects under the name of TT:NT, seeking to design the product that response both design and craft needs, good concept and fine quality along with our uniqueness and of course, happiness.


Tithi Kutchamuch (TT)

Tithi Kutchamuch received her Bachelor of Architecture/Industrial Design from King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, in Bangkok.

She would go onto study at the Royal College of Art, in London, where she was awarded an MA in Design Products, in 2005. She is a recipient of numerous awards including: ‘Winner of the Best newcomer’ from Craft Council UK; ‘Deutsche Award’ from Deutsche Bank; she was also selected as Designer of the Year in both Jewellery and Product categories from Silpakorn University, amongst a number of other accolades.

Tithi's unconventional conceptual approach has led her to design a variety of interesting pieces, which crossed boundaries between decorative objects, functional jewellery, product design and architectural projects.

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Nutre Arayavanish (NT)

Nutre arayavanish trained in jewellery design and making at silpakorn university then completed her master degree in goldsmithing, silversmithing, metalwork and jewellery at the royal college of art in london. She won the numbers of prestigious awards includes new designer of the year from london business design center and jewellery designer of the year from british jewellers' association (bja) in 2007 and designer of the year 2009 from the royal thai government.

Using both traditional techniques and new technologies, her pieces are delicate and refine. She explores the relationship between maker, jewellery and wearers in order to encourage the wearer to engage more with the piece apart from wearing them. The public perception or reaction to the jewellery when presented to them in different states of existence and brings new experience to wearers or viewers, and a new level of jewellery wearing.

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