Register for the lecture by Astrid Klein

February 3, 2023By archmanAnnouncement

Joyful Architecture – Another form of sustainability A Lecture by Astrid Klein Klein Dytham architecture Saturday, February 11, 2023 13.30-16.00 Alliance Française Bangkok

AAU, in collaboration with The Association of Siamese Architects under Royal Patronage, art4d, See Jorakay and Alliance Française Bangkok – organized a special lecture event by Astrid Klein, the co-founder of Klein Dytham architecture. Astrid Klein graduated from the Royal College of Art in London. Together with Mark Dytham, she founded KDa in Tokyo in 1991. The studio’s work has a wide range of design approaches and is multidisciplinary in architecture, interior, public space, and installation. Their designs have won many international awards. Today KDa is a multi-cultural office with an international reputation and a high-profile client list that includes Google, Cartier, Sony, Virgin Atlantic, Nike, Uniqlo, Selfridges, and TOTO. KDa’s work includes hotels, flagship retail stores, restaurants, resort facilities, offices, houses and private residences. They have no stylistic recipe, preferring to work with the client, program, and other project parameters to develop a uniquely tailored solution. Materials, technology, and context are all key elements of KDa’s design approach, always spiced with an irreverent or surprising twist. The lecture will take place at the auditorium, Alliance Française Bangkok, on Saturday, February 11, 2023, from 13.30-16.00. If you are interested in attending Astrid Klein’s lecture, please make a reservation through the link or call 02-2602606 or visit the Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design page. Seats are limited.

AAU25+ Homecoming Party

January 25, 2023By archmanAnnouncement

The next event to celebrate our 25th anniversary
We’re delighted to welcome all of our alumni to our homecoming party!!💕❤️
Come to meet our family; Alumni, professors (both formal and present) and staff.

On Saturday 28th January 2023 18:00 – 22:00
at Martin de Tours Building (M Building)
Assumption University Huamark Campus.

TICKET PRICE 825 THB (BEFORE 28 Jan)(with coupons for food and drinks)
TRANSFER TO: Bank of Ayudhya saving account J-Avenue Branch
Account no. 474-1-18692-6
Account Name: Pavarun Puvaseth, Kwanchanok Hirantrakul, Juti Klipbua, Piyapak Vatanasrimongkol

Send transfered slip to QR code shown on the poster 😊

#aau25thanniversary #aauschoolofarchitectureanddesign #celebrate #25thanniversary

Au Gold Night

January 25, 2023By archmanAnnouncement

Landscape | Lighting | Seminar | Forum
If you want to learn more about landscape lighting design and have discussions with other people who share your interest, the School of Architecture and Design invites you to participate in our online live seminar and onsite forum. This approach is not only an original and beneficial method of lighting, but it also helps homeowners, designers, landscape architects, and business owners communicate more effectively with one another, which may result in the discovery of new information and the development of novel approaches within the sector. The event “A Gold (AU) | Night Light up in the Garden” will take place in the Assumption University Huamak Campus library area — Thai garden, and pavilion — on Saturday, January 28, 2023, between 1:00-7:00 pm. Attendees will gain a lot from the event and have a great learning experience.
Make sure you don’t miss out!

#AAU #schoolofarchitecture #CRDIS

ASA 20 x 20

January 25, 2023By archmanNews
Join us on February 1, 2023, to hear about the professional design work our alums have accomplished. Inspiring tales of our grads’ journeys into the design business and their successes thus far will be shared with you at this event. Pecha Kucha presentation by ASA and Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design titled “Achievements & Challenges,” taking place at Lido Connect 1 from 1:00 to 4:30 pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. You may also watch us on the ASA Platform via live broadcast. Spots for this lecture are free, but registration is required in advance at, as there are only a certain number available.

Awarding the Best Theses in 2022

January 23, 2023By archmanNews

At our school, students spend their final year working on a culminating design project that serves as both their thesis and their ticket to graduation. Students must show in their capstone projects not only that they have learned the materials well, but also that they can apply it in real-world situations. Many of the projects are outstanding, and their creators should be commended for their efforts. To honor and recognize its graduating students, the School of Architecture and Design has selected the theses that were determined to be the BEST among those submitted by students in the graduation studios. Architecture, Interior Architecture, Interior Design, and Product Design alums are the awardees. The awardees here are recent grads whose outstanding efforts sparked novel research and design. Dean Asst. Prof. Suparath Valaisathien presented the awards to the winners. And the names of all winners are listed below. Congratulations!





The St. De La Salle Award

December 26, 2022By archmanNews
Let’s celebrate our long dedicated faculties and staffs.
Assumption University of Thailand offers numerous awards to recognize outstanding employees who are dedicated and have driven the University’s success throughout the years.
The St. De La Salle Award is given to faculty members who have served Assumption University as lecturers for more than twenty-five years. These faculty members have made invaluable contributions to the teaching profession and have maintained high standards of excellence in their profession. They have displayed exemplary attitude and professionalism for younger members of the University to emulate. Most importantly, they have been committed to the development of the total being of students academically, emotionally and morally.
1. Ms. Ornla-Or Homsettee. Full-time lecturer, Director of Center of Research and Design Innovation Service ( CRDIS ) , Montfort Del Rosario School of Architecture and Design .
2. Mrs. Piyanat Dabbhasuta . Full-time lecturer, Department of Interior Architecture – Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design.
The St. Joseph Award is given to full-time staff members who have served Assumption University for over twenty-five years. These staff members have fulfilled their work and responsibilities to the best of their ability and have rendered satisfactory service to the University, faculty members and students. They have shown exemplary work attitude, dedication and commitment to the University that are worthy of recognition.
1. Mr. Bhurijiwat Chuenjaiwang. Staff, Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design.
2. Ms. Thanyatorn Amornkitpinyo. Staff, Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design.
3. Mr. Pinit Komkliang. Staff, Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design

AAU25+ Social Service Activities

December 22, 2022By archmanNews

To commemorate 25th anniversary and celebrate this year founding day of Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design (AAU) on 19th December 2022, the faculty, alumni and current students went to Camillian Home for Children Living With Disabilities in Ladk Kra Bang for social service activities.
A memorable day of recreational activities, gifts, lunch sharing and music from AAU student crew joyously brought smiles and laughter to everyone.

Award at CDAST 2022

December 22, 2022By archmanNews
Our school would like to congratulate her on winning an “Award of Outstanding” in the CDAST Exhibition, which was unveiled on December 20, 2022 at the BACC Pathumwan Bangkok in the 6th Architecture and Design Exhibition 2022, as her masterpiece chosen to receive this recognition in the category of Design and Fine Arts was a sculpture titled “ .”
Klairung Attanatho is a full-time instructor at Montfort del Rosario School, as well as a prolific artist who regularly produced and published works in a variety of genres, including 3D arts and sculptures, the latter of which is apparently her repertoire. Her most recent major display was DIOramicism, which she co-exhibited with four other artists on 3D arts earlier this year, and her Water Buffalo series sculptures, which she created some years ago at Lhong 1919.
The bronze casted bust sculpture “ ” delves into the expressive gesture. Despite the subject’s plenty of picture (realistic) sources, her work included an in-depth inquiry to re-read into the moment of his posture and facial motions, therefore grasping the subject’s discretion. According to Klairung, in her endeavor to depict a real moment of the late King Bhumibol, she compiled a series of images from various viewpoints for selecting the emotive moment and gesture read as the in-betweenness of the sources. As a consequence of her interpretation of this art and her venture, the resulting re-fabricated seems delineate a compelling mild smile—almost smile-yet-not-pretty-much.
This exhibition will be on display until December 25, 2022.
Ajarn Klairung, congratulations — It’s great!