Co-founded Creative Crews with Puiphai in 2016, Ekkachan provides a different range of architectural background. Ekkachan’s profession is in pursuit of civic and cultural programe, as is evidenced academically by his degree in Master of Advanced Studies in Urban Design from ETH Zurich, as well as in practice since W Architects in Singapore.
At W he was involved in projects encompassing multiple disciplines addressing different scales and contexts, which enabled his multitude comprehension of urban elements in architectural aspect. Personal highlights include the revitalisation of the beloved national heritage; Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall; rejuvenation of the invaluable Sir Raffle’s Collections via Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum. The Educational Resource Centre later became the landmark for Singapore University Town. His recent project, Classroom Makeover for the Blind, has won INSIDE awards for Health and Education.
In parallel with above, Ekkachan also works as an academic. He lectures and serves as studio master at Kasetsart University for urban research and design program, as well as architectural program in Bangkok University. He has recently been invited to judge at the WAF.