Ken is a Landscape Designer at SCAPE. With a background in landscape architecture and urban design, he is interested in the immersive and evolving space of the public realm within the built environment, and how this space can provide ecological services as well as address social dynamics across multiple scales. Prior to joining SCAPE, Ken practiced as a landscape architect in Bangkok where he earned his landscape architecture license.
Ken holds a Masters of Architecture and Urban Design from Columbia University, where he was awarded with the Lucile Smyser Lowenfish Memorial prize for his Wadi [Re] Urbanization project in Jordan. He also won Urban Design program’s Honor Award for Excellence in Design, for his high quality of work in design studios. Ken earned his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture from Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand.