INDA instructors from around the world
INDA is now directed by Dr. Surapong Lertsithichai
Preechaya Sittipunt is the founder and former Director for the International Program in Design and Architecture (INDA). She received an M.S. in Architectural Studies and Building Systems Design from MIT and a Ph.D in Architecture in Design Theories and Methods from University of California – Berkeley. With over 30 years of teaching experience, her expertise lies in Design Thinking, Creative Economy, International Curriculum Management and Innovation Development for Academia and Industries.
Surapong Lertsithichai received his Doctorate and Master degrees in the area of Computer-Aided Design from Harvard University and a Master of Architecture from Yale University. His research interest and professional expertise lies in CAD software development, interactive media, digital entertainment and tangible user interfaces. Prior to joining INDA Chulalongkorn University, Surapong joined Fuji-Xerox Palo Alto Laboratory in California as a research scientist developing intelligent software and digital solutions for workplaces.
A cross-disciplinary professional, intuitive researcher, result-oriented project manager, and design creative who extends the design practice thru the development of transformative methods in visual-spatial analytics and human-environment-technology interaction. Working over 20 years in NYC, he holds a Ph.D (Cognitive Science), Ed.M (Educational Psychology) and MS (Architecture & Urban Design) from Columbia University with an M.Arch fellowship awarded, University of Illinois.
International Relations Manager
Scott is an Associate Professor of Architecture specializing in the areas of environmental design and construction technology. He has more than 25 years of experience teaching architecture at the University of South Australia and the University of Melbourne. His book, The Elements of Architecture: Principles of Environmental Performance in Buildings, was published by Earthscan press in 2009.
Pratana has been teaching first, second year studios and third year seminar courses on community and urbanism. Her issues of interest tangent on design production, application, and performances at various physical and temporal scales. She believes that design and architecture can be platforms for multidisciplinary engagement from individual to communal levels.
Hseng Tai Lintner
First Year Coordinator
Hseng Tai Lintner is a founding partner and design principal of international architecture and design research practice EA-CR. She has also collaborated with a variety of firms, corporate offices and institutions as a technological innovation and design consultant. Prior to joining INDA, she has taught at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Chalmers University of Technology, Konstfack and the University21 of Westminster.
Second Year Coordinator
Eduardo Cassina studied architecture and urban sociology at The Glasgow School of Art, Goldsmiths and the Strelka Institute, where he later taught. He has worked as a researcher, and exhibition designer for the Guggenheim museums in Venice and New York, as well as for the Netherlands Architecture Institute (NAi), in Rotterdam. In 2014 he co-founded the practice METASITU.
Third Year Coordinator
Marie-Louise Raue is a registered architect in Germany. For the past five years she has worked for Herzog & de Meuron in Basel and the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam. Marie-Louise has completed her Diploma at the Architectural Association in London. Simultaneous to professional activities she is involved in research and artistic experiments to explore connections with other disciplines.
Fourth Year Coordinator
Christo Meyer ARB RIBA is a South African British Architect currently based in Bangkok as adjunct professor & Year One coordinator at INDA. A graduate of UFS, LSBU & The Bartlett, he has designed & delivered several award-winning & internationally published projects. As an experienced Academic & avowed Designer-Maker, he previously taught at UCLan, University of Brighton, University of Greenwich & The Bartlett.
Tijn van de Wijdeven
Tijn van de Wijdeven is an architect and teaches at INDA in Bangkok since 2014. Previously he collaboration with studio Dogma in Brussels as an architect and researcher on various projects and the publication ‘11 Projects’. Prior to that he worked as an architect at Mecanoo in Delft. Tijn graduated from Arnhem University of Applied Science (BSc.) and from The Architectural Association (AADipl.) in London.
Paul Francis Feeney
Paul Francis Feeney is an architect from Scotland. He completed his Masters in Architecture at Duncan of Jordanston School of Art. He has worked at the Office for Metropolitan Architecture in Rotterdam and Hong Kong and most recently worked with Herzog & de Meuron in Switzerland. His interest in research and artistic pursuits has enabled him to further explore the relationship between architecture, city and place.
William Bertram Hulbert
Will is a UK registered architect and completed his qualifications at the Bartlett, University College London. He has worked on major commercial and mixed use projects with practices in the UK, France, Germany and Hong Kong. Will shares his accumulated wisdom from practice through year 4 design studio, and classes in environmental and structural technology and architectural professional and business management.
Michal Jurgielewicz is an architect with 9-year professional international experience in South-East Asian and European countries. He operates in a fields of speculation, exploring possible scenarios emerging from the contemporary culture and technology, developing understanding of implications of artificial intelligence and automation on present architectural/urban design.
Trained architect, designer & former faculty of Pratt Institute’s Center for Experimental Structures. Professional work concentrates on fundamental study of form, material research, digitally driven design, fabrication & parametric project delivery with 10+ years of experience in the production of architectural componentry, fine art & products enabling advanced workflows combining heritage and state-of-the-art craft.
Designer in the fields of architecture, urban and landscape. Involved in the exploration of Bangkok’s ancient districts and its communities, he contributes to raising awareness of their cultural value. He previously worked for several French and international projects as part of Bernard Lassus & Associés’s team and managing partner of Neovista co.ltd. He graduated as Architecte D.P.L.G. from Paris la Villette.
Payap Pakdeelao is an architect, a retail architecture consultant, and an Adjunct Professor of Architecture at INDA. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Practice from Williams College and graduated with a Master in Architecture (MArch I) from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design.
Takanao graduated from AA school in 2008, worked for various architectural firms. His main focus in architectural design is material research and innovative design concept, which drive him win numerous architectural awards, including The London Design Award Silver winner, DP Inspiration “Design of the year”, Winner and commissioned for “the pavilion @ ECO WORLD
Thomas Lozada is the history-theory coordinator, the publications director, and a design studio instructor at INDA. He has worked in New York as a licensed architect and as a research editor with CLOG, an international architecture publication that critically explores a single topic from multiple perspectives. He was also an adjunct professor at NYIT after graduating with a master’s degree from Pratt Institute.
From Si Chon, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Chon graduated with a Master of Landscape Architecture with Distinction from Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design where he received Dean’s Merit Scholarships, American Society of Landscape Architects Certificate of Honor for Excellence, and the Landscape Architecture Thesis Prize.
After receiving the bachelor degree in architecture from Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, Pannasan travelled to seek his fortunes in the U.S. Through a series of opportunities, he found himself in graduate studies at University of Washington, Seattle. Subsequently, he pursued a career in architecture. Life led him back to Bangkok, where he now teaches at INDA with world-class colleagues.
Moe Ekapob graduated from the Architectural Association, AA School of Architecture in London with AADipl and ARB/RIBA part 2 and has worked in San Francisco, Amsterdam, London (ARUP in Advanced Geometry Unit) and New York (SOM in Digital Design Group and Urban Design & Planning Group). Moe has published a book on School Design in Thailand with Lizenn Publishing and also has his own design practice, AND Co.,Ltd.
Gregory Galligan, Ph.D., is a curator and art historian, and director/co-founder of THAI ART ARCHIVES™, Bangkok (f. 2010). Galligan specializes in global modern and contemporary art and writes regularly for “Art in America” and “ArtAsiaPacific.” Most recently he has contributed chapters to “A Companion to Curation” (Wiley, 2019) and “Visual Art Archives in Asia” (Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences Press; 2019).
Pitchapa holds a Master in City Planning from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and a B.Sc. in Architectural Design from INDA, Chulalongkorn University. She practiced as an architect at the Stu/D/O Architects and has hands-on experiences on urban strategy and planning as a project manager for city development at Panya Consultants. In 2016, she received Thailand Fulbright Scholarship in the Open Competition.
Kannawat Limratepong Credit, an Architect, Visual artist, and Designer. He completed his undergraduate B.A. degree from INDA at Chulalongkorn University and Graduated Master of Architecture RIBA pt.II Program from the Bartlett school of Architecture, UCL. His works and projects chosen to direct a surreal and melancholic elements of society and archtiecture.
Jane is an architect, researcher, and writer. Her recent work focuses on the intersection of architecture, politics, and sociology, particularly, the spatial implications of post-colonialism and nationalism in Thailand. Her alma maters include Chulalongkorn University (INDA) and Columbia University (GSAPP), where she received her BSc Arch Design and MS Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture.
Per Stefan Svedberg
Per Stefan Svedberg is a design principal and founding partner of EA-CR, an architectural design and research practice operating internationally. He has been commissioned as a technological innovation and design consultant for a range of institutions, firms and corporate offices. He has previously taught at Chalmers University of Technology, Konstfack and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Warisara (Nice) Sudswong is an architectural designer influenced by her international experiences in Thailand, Japan, and New York City. Prior to pursuing her Master of Architecture degree from Cornell University, she worked at Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates in New York City, with a focus on super-tower projects and airport design where she was part of the team which won the Changi Airport competition.
Liva Dudareva was trained as a landscape architect in Jelgava and Malmö, before moving to London to work as a researcher at CHORA. She then continued her studies at the Edinburgh College of Art, before joining the award-winning landscape architecture firm Gross.Max, where she worked conceptualizing, developing and managing projects world-wide. After a year at the Strelka Institute she co-founded METASITU.
Ema Hana Kacar
Ema Hana Kacar is an ARB-registered architect and designer, who graduated with an AA Diploma in 2018. Ema has trained at the offices of Diller Scofidio + Renfro in New York, Squire and Partners in London, and Bevk Perovic arhitekti in Ljubljana. She has also taught a History and Theory diploma seminar at the AA, and was a guest critic at Pratt Institute in New York.
Kamonsin fell in love with design and architecture at Goddard Library at Clark University where he received his undergraduate degree. He then ventured out West to work for Eric Owen Moss. For his master degree, he attended Columbia University in New York and worked for Dean Maltz/ Shigeru Ban Architects afterward. Back in Thailand, he works on small residential projects, furniture design, and children books.
Hyunju Jang is an environmental designer at Aterlier Ten Bangkok. She completed PhD at the University of Sheffield, UK, with a dissertation on energy-efficient refurbishment of high-rise apartment buildings. As a LEED and WELL AP, she has involved in major projects embracing sustainability in Bangkok. Hyunju’s research interests include the relationship between occupants’ behavior and energy performance of buildings.