Born in New York City, Ken Chongsuwat graduated with a degree in architecture in 2011 and recently graduated with a professional degree in landscape architecture at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, receiving the Norman T. Newton award in 2015.
As a designer Ken’s recent work focuses on the design of atmospheres, emerging technologies and future forecasting. Prior to joining the GSD he has worked at the landscape architecture studio SHMA, which work has been exhibited as part of the Thai Pavilion titled “Common Collage” at the Venice Biennale in 2012. Recently he has worked with Luis Callejas/LCLA as well as Chris Reed/STOSS on various research projects and exhibitions. He currently lives in Ingolstadt, Germany collaborating with Oficinaa on various design projects.
Harvard University, Cambridge, Masters, Masters in Landscape Architecture
Norman T. Newton Award, Award
An annual prize to be awarded to a graduating landscape architecture student whose work best exemplifies achievement in design expression as realized in any medium.