The School of Architecture and Design (SoA+D), KMUTT would like to congratulate Ms. Papitchaya Wiboonsirichai (Batch 23 of Interior Architecture program) for winning the FIRST PRIZE of the TIDA THESIS AWARDS 2020 in the SPATIAL DESIGN category for her design work: Human – Nature – Life Vertical Village, with Ajarn Chanida Lumthaweepaisal as her advisor. She earned a 30,000 Baht cash reward, as well as a plaque and certificate.
Organized by Thailand Interior Designers’ Association, the TIDA THESIS AWARDS 2021 competition was divided into two categories: Interior Design and Spatial Design (which is a thesis that expresses design skills in the context of Integrated Design or Hybrid Design) in Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Structural Engineering, System Engineering, Visual Arts, Fine Arts, and other disciplines. The design work must exhibit knowledge, understanding, and effective application. Also, through a thorough research process, the design work must highlight the relationship of space both within and outside the structure.