CHANSANG “MINT” JARIYASOPIT
MASTER IN CULTURAL MANAGEMENT (Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
BACHELOR IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT(Chulalongkorn University, Thailand)
Chansang has been a landscape architect since she graduated from Chulalongkorn and has worked with international companies that concentrate on hospitality and luxurious residential designs in various countries around the world.
Subsequently, she moved to Hong Kong where she gained extensive and valuable experience in varying scales of works, such as Urban Planning, Commercial, Hospitality and Residential, and worked with international developers.
From her personal interests in Art and Travel, and with her Master Degree background in Cultural Management, her designs have created a unique depth to landscape space which harmoniously integrates artistic elements with the natural environment.
WARAWUT “TOUCHE” NGOENCHAN
BACHELOR IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT
Warawut started work as a hospitality landscape architect, fully involved in an exclusive seaside resort.
From his extensive experience gained from involvement since the project’s beginning,
he has developed a keen eye for judging the right proportion of landscape architectural structure within a greater sense of “Timescape” which maximizes the impact of space on the viewer.
Some years later, Warawut moved to Singapore to practice with an international landscape design firm there.
His life in “The Garden City of Asia” has given him a good understanding of the way in which landscape design creates a great impact on the living standards of people.
This has influenced his approach to landscape design since then.
After returned to Thailand, during the few years before the establishment of WM Koncepto,
Warawut has widened his design practices to more regions, becoming involved in international five stars and boutique hospitality projects with such well-known designers around the world.
Warawut is a perfectionist designer with a strong passion for every single detail of his work. He always strives in his projects to seek for the sensory significances of each project in order to distinguish them from other design works.