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Hutsama is a Bangkok-based designer who experiments across the fields of art, design, and architecture with a continuing focus on creating positive social and environmental impacts. 

Her recent studio work includes ‘Rueng Loy’ a floating soundscape installation featured in MooBaan Wonder 2020 and ‘Aramarom’ a therapeutic space that invites people to explore and understand their emotions intimately through a series of interactive installations featured in Bangkok Design Week 2021. While her current interests lay in the subjects of biomaterials, biometric data, therapeutic space, and interesting quotes behind helmets. (All archived here:       )

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Education 

2014 - 2016

OXFORD BROOKES UNIVERSITY

MArch D, Distinction. Applied Design in Architecture (ARB and RIBA part2)

Oxford, UK

2013

VIENNA SUMMER UNIVERSITY

Certification of Green Building Solutions.

Vienna, AT

2009 - 2013

SILPAKORN UNIVERSITY

Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interior Design, Second-class honors.

Bangkok, TH

Experience

Sept 2019 -

Dec 2021

EYEDROPPER FILL / Design Director

A multidisciplinary design studio, specialising in moving-image production and installation. Our aim is to transform information into an experience that expands from screen to tangible reality - to a fully immersive moment.

Bangkok, TH

Mar 2017 -

July 2019

SUPERMACHINE STUDIO / Senior Interior Designer

Leading a design team from conceptual design to construction on numerous types of projects both locally and internationally.

Bangkok, TH

Aug 2016 -

Jan 2017

BOYARSKY MURPHY ARCHITECTS / Architectural Intern

Developing design proposals for international architectural design competitions.

London, UK

July 2016 -

Jan 2017

LOOP.PH / Spatial Designer

Experimenting on materials and fabrication techniques for public art installations.

London, UK

July 2015 -

Aug 2015

THE FREE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE / Research Fellow

Under the supervision of Phil Watson. Conceptualising and producing visionary drawings for numerous projects including 'Comet Laboratory' which had been featured in 'Space Art as Agent for Revitalising Humanities and Sciences in Anthropocene' abstract paper by Rebecca Russel as part of the Starship Congress 2015, Initiative for Interstellar Studies.

Cowlyn Bay, UK

May 2014 -

July 2014

TIBET HERITAGE FUND / Resident

An international non-profit organization committed to the preservation of Tibetan architectural heritage.

Ladakh, IN

Selected Lectures

2021

Workshop "Bioplastic from local food waste"  

Fly to the Moon Festival

Koh Mak, TH

2021

Workshop "Bioplastic: Design and Built"

INDA - Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University

Bangkok, TH

2021

Speaker at the panel discussion "From Waste to Resource"

organised by Regen Districts

Bangkok, TH

2021

Lecture "Multidisciplinary Design and Multi-Sensory Experience" 

Entertainment Innovation Center (EIC), CMKL University

Bangkok, TH

2020

Lecture "Multidisciplinary Design"

School of Architecture and Design, KMUTT University

Bangkok, TH

2020

Speaker "Constructing the Universe"

organised by Eyedropper Fill

Bangkok, TH

2020

Speaker "Spiritual + Experience Design"

organised by Eyedropper Fill

Bangkok, TH

2018

2nd year Interior Design Studio 

Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University

Bangkok, TH

2017

Guest Tutor for Postgraduate and Undergraduate Architecture Reviews, Oxford Brookes University

Oxford, UK

Publication

2020

"Home is My Best Therapist"

a day magazine, Volume 21, Issue 243, November 2020

2015

The Book of Live. ISBN 978-1-906203-83-2. Published by CHELSEA space.

2015

GO WENT GIRLS. ISBN 978-616-298-278-1

Published by BUN BOOKS