Business Development Specialist
Sustainable Research for Architecture and Entrepreneurial Design
Interior Design for Commercial, Residential and Educational with Occupancy Psychology Based
BIM and Adobe Creative Suite
Positive, Initiative and Critical Thinking
Social and Cross Cultural Skills
After took a gap year backpacking in Southeast Asia, she’d received a runner-up grant for her master degree in San Francisco, California. Her aspiration in sustainability has presented as she was the winner of the Best Pitch Team from SDGs Hackathon in Bangkok 2018 and the second-runner-up of the UNDP’s YouthColab in Bangkok 2018.
With a degree of MFA in Interior Architecture and Design from Academy of Art University, Panchaya started her first job abroad as an interior designer at Solomon Cordwell Buenz in San Francisco. While exposed in high-rise residential, commercial, hi-educational space designs for a year, her persuasion in sustainability had lead her to be 1 of 110 candidates of a class of Sustainable Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Ultimately, Panchaya’s determination is to employ sustainable practices to business and design that contribute for her community in long-run.