Supar Studio was founded by Suvapat Choodoung. The studio is located in Bangkok, Thailand, a city that is facing the aftermath of poor environmental and residential management. When we neglected to properly understand the aesthetics of the environment and implementing that understanding, whether it’s in the city’s policies or independent businesses, it led to repercussions on Bangkok’s citizens’ quality of life.
With all the factors and limitations presented in front of us, we at Supar Studio are determined to contribute unique and inspirational design processes to innovate everyone’s lives. We intend to revolutionize ideas and the thinking process that will modernize our way of life.
We want to create a deep understanding of our natural environment through the emphasis of “humanistic architecture”.
We are keen on bringing together happiness and tranquility whilst harmonizing between person to person as well as people to nature. Through a comprehensive site and contextual analysis, we aim to build a connection between what already exists and what will be created. Making sure to use materials that are available locally, we will utilize those materials efficiently while creating value in both beauty and application.
( Architect & Founder )
In 2013, Suvapat Choodoung graduated from King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi’s School of Architecture and Design with a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture.
Later in 2015, he then joined the Architecture Program at the Glenn Murcutt International Masterclass in Sydney, Australia.
Early in his career Suvapat joined and worked with a team of vernacular architecture researcher of the Silapakorn University. The team traveled to different provinces in Thailand to observe, study, and understand how the local environment and landscape affect the architecture in the area.
In 2014, Suvapat worked as a volunteer with Agora Architect and a group of international volunteer architects in Mae Sot district in the province of Tak. There, he worked on the school plan and residential buildings for immigrants.
From 2014 to 2015, Suvapat joined an architecture firm called Unexpected Design and then became a senior architect at Chat Architect from 2016 to 2018. Working on various commercial and residential projects through his expertise in the implementations of special crafting techniques.
With years of experience and knowledge, Suvapat then started his own design studio in 2019, the Supar Studio.