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.Architect _@Coop-Himmelblau, Vienna, Austria
.M.Arch _Studio Hani Rashid, Die angewante, Vienna, Austria
.Specialty instructor .Architect- advanced computational design  
.Former Assistant Lecturer at Faculty of Architecture Rangsit University (Studio Parametric Design)



.../am an architect and advanced computational designer based in Bangkok and Vienna, my work is inspired by the resplendency of art, the mechanization of systems, advancement of technology & innovation, architectural history, and experimentation coalescing multiple principles to compose a hybrid architecture. Architecture to me is analogous to “Architecture as machine”, having the sensorial organs as human beings, responding to the environment for survival. In the future, we will face rigorous living conditions caused by natural changes. Therefore, I fixates on architectural design that communicates with human beings, environments, and contexts. I believes in the inevitability to face the limitless advances of technology. Learning to investigate and analyze speculative challenges will be a catalyst in this quest for answers.


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_/Conceptual Design

_/Professional (Applied design concepts)



Thesis Project : Bacteria Factory

Adviser : Dr.Ravij Kuanprasert

Name : Witchaya Jingjit

Credits : Faculty of Architecture , KMITL , Thailand



Coupled system. Developable funicular skeletons with tensioning membrance,

Zaha hadid architects, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China


Neu-Life Mental Health, Data Center

“Mental Health is plaguing the world faster than any other disease and its impact is affecting the physical well being and happiness of the worlds inhabitants. Mental healths connection with physical ailments and didease. How can we change this? Neu-Life is a data centre that downloads human brain data from EEG and MRI machines and uses machine learning to give a digital diagnosis and prognosis basis and millions of peoples collected brain activity. The building aims to aid in prevention rather than reparation of mental health in humans leading to newer and happier lives”


MoMAS, Modern Museum of Audible Space
Modern Museum of Audible Space is a network of installation art galleries and spaces for artists to create - proposed as an expansion of the public space around New York’s shoreline. Sound constitutes the connective tissue of this network – this stems from the ambition of creating a languageless communication between the different components that compose the art world. Therefore, the project not only accommodates sound related installations, but it is in itself an instrument capable of producing sound and also manipulating it. Formally, the design is based upon sound visualisation methods derived from the research of physicist and musician Ernst Chladni. Culture has become the common language. It is an interconnected collection of spaces created to support, display and integrate art and artists into the fast paced – and quite challenging life of the dense city of New York.


Siam's Trash Absorber — the future of waste handling to renew the Thai Floating City

The project aims to tackle Thailand's growing waste problem and worsening flood situation caused as direct results of climate change and increasing population growth. In order to do this the architectural design and programme is intended to protect and restore the Chao Phraya estuary and stop waste splurging into the Sea. Primarily, by turning garbage into a construction material, which is used to create the floating city, of which its form and the notion to revive, the currently fading, culture of living on water, is inspired by traditional Thai cultures, art and vernacular architecture.

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