Vietnamese people who love beauty have brought Vietnamese lacquer products together with hundreds of handicraft products from all over Southeast Asia craft villages.
south east asia home decor products and burmese and myanmar lacquerware and Thai and Thailand lacquerware and asian home furnishings and Indian gifts and handicrafts and home décor accessories products
Appearing more than 3 years ago in Saigon, the Sadéc District made a good impression on the masses - young Vietnamese willing to receive multiculturalism, communities and visitors inspired by the local culture. .
The founders of Sadéc District are photographers, graphic artists, journalists, financial experts ... They have made hundreds of journeys throughout the craft villages in the Mekong region and Southeast Asia, to bring to the public. the most quintessential.
Vietnam is present in the stories of craft villages with dining table collection (bowls, plates, chopsticks, trays, bowls, jars, ...) from the Northern Delta or handicraft glass products and bamboo and rattan products from rural areas. There are also handicrafts Siem Reap (Cambodia), Chiang Mai (Thailand); woven tapestry from the Philippines; The loom loom is selected from Luang Prabang (Laos), the wooden furniture for dining tables from Indonesia, Thailand ...
Each craft village, its people, the cultural sediment layer, the kind soul, the innocent beauty enlarges the handicrafts, the great applied art products, passed on to the founders of Sadéc District string end. So big they decided the story of "Mekong Feeling" with the Hanoians, through the show and sale of handicraft products in the Mekong River region and Southeast Asia, at the Sales Gallery in the Autumn Park at the Ecopark urban area.
In addition to the newly designed seasonal dining table collection and home decoration products, here foreign visitors can admire and shop for 7 sets of products that are carefully searched from all over the craft villages in the Mekong River region and Southeast Asia.
It is a set of ceramic products, lacquer products of the craft villages along the Mekong, Tonle Thom or Mekong River, bamboo and rattan weaving in the North Vietnam region, knitwear from Philippine bark, hemp towels and silk in the villages. Thai upland village, glassy Saigon suburbs ...
One thing that is easy to see, which is also common in these products is the contemporary emotional circuit on each design. That makes the products popular with homeowners who are always looking for beauty, inspiration from the present life to put into their home.