Our studio takes an optimistic approach to spatial inquiry. The term ‘spatial optimism’ best describes our method of working, trusting that each project has the potential to positively shape the environment and our lived experiences.

Navigating between material expression and building performance, our works draw to attention the experiential quality delivered with each project. The office operates across the field of architecture, research, landscape, urbanism, as well as objects.

Peeraya Suphasidh received a Bachelor of Fine Arts and Bachelor of Architecture form Rhode Island School of Design (2014) where she received Architecture Thesis Award. She holds a Master in Architecture Degree from Harvard University (2020), recieving second place for Plimpton-Poorvu Design Prize. She worked in USA, Japan, France, and Thailand on numerous international projects. Her works have been exhibited and published internationally.


2nd Prize / Plimpton-Poorvu Design Prize / Massachusetts / USA
Harvard Research Grant / Massachusetts / USA
3rd Prize / Russia Standard Housing: Unpredictable City / Moscow / RUSSIA
1st Prize / 100% Wooden House / Montlouis-sur-Loire / FRANCE
2nd Prize / Europan 2019 Productive City: Grey Matter / Auby / FRANCE
Fellowship with Residence / Arts Letters and Numbers / New York / US
RISD Thesis Award / Rhode Island / USA

CA’ASI Young European Architect (2021) Palazzo Santa Maria Nova / VENICE
100 Days Studio (2020) Architecture Foundation / LONDON
Iterations of a Dream & Prelude: An Offset (2017) H Project Space / BANGKOK
NOW: Galapagos (2015) Arts Letters and Numbers / NEW YORK
NOW: Galapagos (2015) Galerie Subsuelo / BERLIN
Architecture Thesis Show (2014) Woods-Gerry Gallery / PROVIDENCE
Complexity (2014) Gelman Gallery / PROVIDENCE
Slow Plotting for the Draftery (2014) Sasaki Associates Gallery / MASSACHUSETTS