Aromanordic Inhaler by Puchong Khampiman for APAUL
Project selected among the 10 must-see exhibitions in the Tortona design district, for our DWalking guide dedicated to Milan Design Week 2022.
The carry-on herbal inhaler represents a healing companion as the name of the brand itself: “A” represents one, “Pal” means friend while “U” is the symbol of a smile.
APAUL creates a culture of inhaler products passing on Thai cultural heritage from its origins to the contemporary.
The outer body of the Aromanordic Inhaler is made out of natural wood, connecting people to nature while being absorbed by the scents of refreshing herbs from the replaceable fillings made from Camphor, Borneol, Menthol, and Eucalyptus oil, which help your body awaken from the fatigue of working, traveling, pollution, sea sickness or dizziness.
This product is part of the Slow Hand Design Exhibition 2022 under the theme “Uncertainty=Certainty”, which showcases a selection of top Thai designs that embodies the new normal trending and resolution based on Bio-Circular-Green economy, winners of Demark Awards.
DEmark is Thailand’s nation’s pride in the design industry’s achievement. This Exhibition is organized by the Office of Innovation and Value Creation and Thai Trade Center Milan.