Born in New York City, Ken Chongsuwat graduated with a degree in architecture in 2011, and a professional degree in landscape architecture at the Graduate School of Design at Harvard, receiving the Norman T. Newton award in 2015. After moving back to New York in 2015 he has worked in the fields of architecture, landscape architecture, and urban planning at various design studios in the city. Since 2021 he has continued his work through various outlets and is currently based in Bangkok, Thailand. He spends his free time on the court and field competing in basketball, football, and rugby.
Harvard University Graduate School of Design Cambridge, MA Masters in Landscape Architecture, 2015
Norman T. Newton Prize in DesignAn annual prize to be awarded to a graduating landscape architecture student whose work best exemplifies achievement in design expression as realized in any medium.
Chulalongkorn University Bangkok, THBsc in Architecture and Design (INDA), 2011
A-Seven Co.Ltd / LA.ST Landscape Bangkok, TH 2021
Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) Brooklyn, NY 2018
AECOM NYC Landscape Studio New York, NY 2017
Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), New York, NY 2015
Shma Co.Ltd Bangkok, TH 2011
Chulalongkorn University, INDA (Instructor / Course Coordinator), TH 2022
Function LAB With Asensio-Mah (Research Assistant) Cambridge, MA 2014
Harvard GSD (Teaching Assistant) Cambridge, MA 2014-2015
Bruner Loeb Forum / Bernard & Anne Spitzer SOA (Research Assistant) New York, NY 2013