Wanlapa Koosakul

Wanlapa Koosakul

Brooklyn, NY, US

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Wanlapa Koosakul is a designer from Thailand, Bangkok with a Master of Architecture from Pratt Institute and a B.A. in interior design from Rangsit University, Thailand.


CAZA, Brooklyn, NY, US, Architectural Internship

Sep 2019 - current

Barker Associates Architecture Office, Brooklyn, NY, US, Architectural Internship

- Proposed layout options for residential and commercial projects
- Produced 3d renderings for residential projects with material proposals
- Assisted in technical drawings and graphic design proposals

Jun 2019 - Aug 2019

Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, Archivist

- Cooperated and consulted yearly book publication with Graduate Architecture office, Dean office and coordinated with Undergraduate Archives
- Updated, maintained and provided all digital assets and accessibility for faculty
- Installed, collaborated and photographed models, events and exhibitions

Jul 2017 - Jun 2019

BFDO Architects Pllc, Brooklyn, NY, US, Architectural Internship

- Assisted in technical drawing and interior rendering for residential projects
- Business cards layout, graphic book and competition

Jun 2018 - Aug 2018

Kyoob-ID Pte Ltd, Singapore, SG, Junior Designer

- Initiated and completed new interior design for AEP Investment Management office
- Site surveys and documented existing projects and technical drawings
- Attended client, construction and competition brief meetings
- Signage system and graphic design for commercial and educational projects
- Produced presentation packages for clients and competitions

Jul 2013 - Mar 2014


Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, US, MArch, Architecture

The Master of Architecture, a first-professional degree, is a NAAB accredited, STEM, 84-credit, three-year (or 56 credit, two year advanced standing) program that maintains a mission to train students as leaders in the professional practice of architecture with substantive methods of design and inquiry. The program is intended for students holding a four-year undergraduate, non-professional degree in any field. Applicants with degrees from a four-year, BSc in Architecture or BScEng in Architecture may qualify for Advanced Standing (AS).

This program aims to expand a student’s undergraduate education (architecture, design, or non-design related) by imbuing them with the disciplinary and technical precision to engage in evolving design methods, design research, design thinking, and professional practice. Central to our mission as educators, the Department of Graduate Architecture and Urban Design (GAUD) is committed to a balance of knowledge and understanding, enhancing our student’s individual capacities to ask often difficult and challenging questions facing the profession and discipline; specifically through design and with audiences outside of architecture and urban design.

Aug 2016 - Jun 2019

Rangsit University, Bangkok, TH, Bachelors, Interior Design

Department of interior design is committed to cultivating creativity among the learners to be the driving force behind the learning and the design process as well as the operation and practice at the individual level and as part of the team. Department of interior design develops the up to date curriculum to facilitate the grooming of analytical thinking, problem solving skill and creative solutions that respond to the users and the usage of space. It also takes into consideration the role of designers in contemporary society that requires the development of knowledge for sustainable design and environmental considerations, alongside the design process.

May 2009 - Mar 2013


National Professional Fraternity for Architecture and the Allied Arts Alpha Rho Chi Medal, Award

Since 1931, the Bronze Alpha Rho Chi Medal has recognized graduating architecture students for their leadership and service and what they offer the future of the profession. Alpha Rho Chi believes strong leaders are just as essential as strong designers. The award was established to recognize qualities not necessarily pertaining to studio and scholarship.

The fraternity awards the Bronze Alpha Rho Chi Medal annually to a graduating senior at each accredited school of architecture in the United States and Canada. Judged by the faculty of each school, the medal is presented to the graduating senior who has shown an ability for leadership, performed willing service for his or her school or department, and gives promise of real professional merit through his or her attitude and personality.


A First-Class honors Award from Faculty of Art and Design, 1st Place


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