Jan Glasmeier

Jan Glasmeier

Mae Sot, TH



Jan Glasmeier is volunteering in Mae Sot for several community-based organisations such as Mae Tao Clinic, Life Impact, Colabora Birmania, Social Action Woman, Gyaw Gyaw, etc. He was a lead architect for Arup Singapore on the construction of the Singapore Sports Hub, and was working for Foster + Partners in London, and on the Masdar City master plan in Abu Dhabi, UAE. Jan is aware that ecological and economical impacts will influence the way we live drastically today and in the near future, and that we are all committed to find new and creative ways to react rapidly to these changes.

In Thailand, he aims to promote the use of alternative and sustainable materials and participated in the construction of the New Medical Training Center of MTC, Temporary CDC dormitories, Kwel Kah Baung Migrant Learning Center, etc. He also fundraised money for several charity projects by expanding the network of donors among the international architectural firms.

Jan graduated in 2006 with a Diploma in Architecture from the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany.



a.gor.a architects, Mae Sot, TH, Co-Founder

Jan 2012 - current

Arup, Singapore, SG, Sport Venue Consultant

Jun 2010 - Jan 2012

Foster + Partners, London, GB & Abu Dhabi, UAE, Architectural Assistant

Sep 2006 - Sep 2009


Technical University Darmstadt, MArch, Architecture

Sep 1999 - Jun 2006

Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM), Querétaro, MX, BArch, Exchange Program

Aug 2003 - Aug 2004


DETAIL Award, Nomination

Kwel Kah Baung Migrant Learning Center


DEUBAU Award, Nomination

Temporary Dormitories for Mae Tao Clinic


20+10+X World Architecture Community Award cycle 14, Award

Temporary Dormitories for Mae Tao Clinic


DETAIL Award, Nomination

Temporary Dormitories for Mae Tao Clinic


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