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NPDA studio

NPDA studio was established in Bangkok, Thailand in 2009 by Nutthawut Piriyaprakob.

NPDA studio has been working and exploring on various projects from small experimental interior project to architectural project with our designer and engineer team.

Currently, NPDA studio project has been recognized and published in various national/international magazines.

Nutthawut Piriyaprakob | Biography

After receiving his Bachelor of Architecture degree from Khonkaen University, Thailand in 2001, he began his career by working as an architect on Suvarnabhumi Airport project designed by Murphy Jahn and, then, moved on to work as a project architect at IT international co, ltd, Bangkok. In 2004, he received a graduate assistantship from College of Architecture and Planning, Ball State University (CAP), USA for his Master of Architecture degree. During his study at Ball State, he took a leave of absence from school for his internship at Morphosis architects (2005 Pritzker Prize winner Thom Mayne) where he was in the working team for the winning of the Phare project/tower competition, Paris. After graduated from Ball State in 2006, He worked as an architect/designer for Rafael Vinoly architects in New York and, then, at Skidmore Owings & Merrill (SOM), Washington DC. While he was working at these companies he was responsible for designing hotel, commercial projects, competitions and etc. During his years of studying and working in USA, he also received personal competition awards from Spain and Russia.  In 2009, he retuned to Bangkok, Thailand in order to establish NPDA studio and simultaneously to serves as a lecturer at school of architecture and design, Assumption University.

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