About Us

Paribawga, which means “furniture” in Burmese, was established by Pun + Projects in 2016 in Yangon, Myanmar. We offer contemporary furniture and interior objects that reflect the history and legacy of Myanmar materials and craft. Inspired textures and finishes evoke the moods and complexity of Myanmar’s natural environment, while modern lines and forms set our pieces squarely in the present.

All Paribawga products adhere to a simple design philosophy that relies on high-quality local materials, careful sourcing, and craft-based construction techniques. Furniture and accessories are manufactured locally in our factory in Myanmar, ensuring quality control every step of the way. Through two channels, the Paribawga Collection and our Bespoke services, we work with private individuals, commercial partners and interior designers to create and fit custom spaces all around the world.

Bogalayzay Collection

The first Paribawga Collection is a line of furniture and accessories that draws upon the culture, geography and history of Myanmar, but with a contemporary twist. Our designs reflect both local tradition and global modernity, but our craftsmanship, and careful sourcing of materials, roots us strongly in Southeast Asia. Innovative textures such as burnt finishes conjure the moods of monsoon season and the lush complexity of the rainforest, while simple silhouettes reflect our commitment to thoughtful design that fits seamlessly into contemporary life.

Rau Ram

Inspired by the antebellum romance of pre-war Indochina, Rau Ram commissioned Paribawga to create a range of dining tables, daybeds and bar stools in the brand's signature burnt teak finishing and a series of suspended trays in a copper glaze for the bar area.


Paribawga’s specialty is custom furniture, and we use it to shape unique and innovative spaces for living, working and experiencing culture. Our master carpenter, Marcelo Maier, supervises our bespoke projects large and small, drawing upon his early training in carving and design in his native Germany, as well as his seven years of experience working in carpentry in Myanmar. Our bespoke products integrate the same high-quality materials and inspired techniques as our collection, and are made in close collaboration with our clients.

4 October 2016

Paribawga launches at the Myanmar Furniture Fair 2016.

4 October 2016

Travel and Leisure Asia: Paribawga mentioned in “Road to Rangoon” for its work on Yangon dining hotspots



104 Bogalay Zay, Botahtaung Township, Yangon

+95 9 4577 37045

Unit 202, The Factory, 1 Yip Fat Street, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong