AAU Thesis Exhibition 2021 is now available in Publication page.
The passing of our beloved lecturer
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Karan Paibullert, a beloved faculty member (2003-2023) in the Department of Architecture. He dedicated his life to teaching and inspiring countless students, and his contributions to our School will be sorely missed.
From 2003 to 2023, Karan or “Ajarn Big worked tirelessly to help his students succeed and to inspire them to think creatively and outside the box. He was always willing to lend a sympathetic ear to those in need of advice, and his generosity and compassion touched the lives of many.
His initiative initiatives include “AAU Design Built,” in which he successfully implemented the use of bamboo in our hands-on studio, adhering to the learning by doing pedagogy. His outstanding and commendable contributions to numerous social/charitable service initiative projects included helping tsunami victims and cleaning up Sattahip Beach, to name a few.
Karan’s funeral will be held at Wat That Thong (Sala #11) from April 18-23, 2023:
-the bathing rite: Tuesday, April 18 at 16.00 hrs.
-the funeral prayer:
——Tuesday, April 18 at 18.00 hrs.
——Wednesday, April 19 – Saturday, April 22 at 18.30 hrs.
-the cremation: Sunday, April 23 at 17.00 hrs. at Wat That Thong
To honor his memory and mourn his passing, Assumption University and the School of Architecture and Design will host a prayer service in his honor on Friday, April 21, 2023 at 18:30 hrs. We invite all of Karan’s friends and students to attend and send him to heaven with love and respect.
Karan Paibullert will be deeply missed, but his legacy will live on through the countless students whose lives he touched and the contributions he made to the field of architecture.
Rest in peace, Karan Paibullert.
Register for the lecture by Astrid Klein
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 https://bit.ly/3HV7hgK or call 02-2602606 or visit the Montfort del Rosario School of Architecture and Design page. Seats are limited.
AAU25+ Homecoming Party
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
ON-SITE TICKET PRICE 1,000 THB
#aau25thanniversary #aauschoolofarchitectureanddesign #celebrate #25thanniversary
Au Gold Night
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
Special Lecture “Work&Life Experience with BIG
Monday, December 26, 2022 13:00 at Mini theatre, AR building
AAU 25+ Newsletter
Vertical competition 2022
The Vertical competition 2022 held on 28 November 2022, this year’s theme involves Extreme weather gear for students to design. A dress that is not only beautiful but has functions that Help protect the wearer from the harsh weather.
Continuing its tradition of AAU Vertical Competition where 1styr. to 4th yr. students participate in a design battle. Its intentions are not only to promote creative environment, but also to invigorate all students at halfway of its school calendar. Every year a design challenge is organized by the School and introduced to students. Students have 7 days to complete the design task and its final production for a public presentation. Jurors from various creative professions are also invited to offer comments and scores for the participants.
This year we present “Extreme Weather Gear Design Competition.” Students are asked to design the skin that not only aesthetically pleasing but must also protect the wearer from a harsh weather. Judging criteria includes:
1. Rama sao 6138129
2. Eangkong Lim 6218104
1 st runner up:
1. Monineath Chea 6511905
2.Chansakkakkeaminy Seng 6510805
3.Por An Be 6520233
2 nd runners up:
1. Kimheang Chea
2. Vuthy Sereyvattanak
3. Sothida Phong
4. Sovanary Kim
1. Aisha Yusuf
2. Morgane Prathompak
3. Pyae Phyo Thu
We thank you for the kind supports from our main sponsors: Thai Bav (EISA), Lamitak and Formica. Nonetheless our much appreciation also goes to our students and colleagues from AAU for their effort and contribution to make this year yet another successful event.