Associate Professor Surasak Kangkhao

King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) Ladkrabang, Thailand

REGISTRATION

Architect (Full license), The Council of Thai Architects.
Architect (Full license), Board of Architectural Control, Ministry of Interior, Thailand

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIP

Ordinary Member - International Union of Architects (UIA)
Ordinary Member, The Association of Siamese Architects under Royal Patronage (ASA) Associate Architect
Ordinary Member - Committee for Building Inspection (Thailand)
Ordinary Member - Committee of Designers and Building Consultants (Thailand)

ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE

1991-Present : Associate Professor King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL) Ladkrabang, Thailand

Written / books

2004 Architectural Design 7

2012 CONCEPTUAL ARCHITECTURE

2012 BUDDHA ARCHITECTURE

2012 AUTO PARKING ARCHITECTURE

2017 Baan Fai Rim Ping

International conference/ journal

  • Surasak Kangkhao and Chaturong Louhapensang .(2018). Innovative Application Software for Tourism Safety in World Heritage Site Si Satchanalai Historical Park. The 3rd International Conference on Information and Education Innovations (ICIEI 2018), June 30–July 2, 2018, London, UK.
  • TANGIBLE – INTANGIBLE HERITAGE(S) – DESIGN, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CRITIQUES ON THE PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE : The Poetics of Spatial Representations for (In)Tangible Cultural Heritage : Case Studies from Sarachit Community, Si Satchanalai, Thailand : University of East London : 14 – 15 June 2018
  • TANGIBLE – INTANGIBLE HERITAGE(S) – DESIGN, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CRITIQUES ON THE PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE : Study and Development The Creative Tourism Strategy Model for World Heritage Site Area of Historical Town Si Satchanalaithe pathway to constructing ASEAN Tourism Network Community : University of East London : 14 – 15 June 2018
  • Surasak Kangkhao and Chaturong Louhapensang .(2018).A Study and Development of the Creative Tourism Strategy Model for a World Heritage Site Area at the Historical Town of Si Satchanalai: A Pathway for Connecting ASEAN Tourism Network Community. TANGIBLE – INTANGIBLE HERITAGE(S) – DESIGN, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CRITIQUES ON THE PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE AMPS, Architecture_MPS; University of East London, London, UK: 13-15 June, 2018
  • Surasak Kangkhao and Koompong Noobanjong .(2018). The Poetics of Spatial Representations for (In)Tangible Cultural Heritage:Case Studies from Sarachit Community, Si Satchanalai, Thailand. TANGIBLE – INTANGIBLE HERITAGE(S) – DESIGN, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL CRITIQUES ON THE PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE AMPS, Architecture_MPS; University of East London, London, UK: 13-15 June, 2018
  • Surasak Kangkhao and Chaturong Louhapensang . (2017). Study and Development Journey Links for World Heritage Areas of Historical Districts: Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai, KamphaengPhet. The 15th International Conference on Developing Real-Life Learning Experience:Smart Education for Sustainable Development

National conference/ journal

Study and Development Journey Links for World Heritage Areas of Historical Districts: Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai, KamphaengPhet DRLE 2017 "SMART EDUCATION เพื่อการพัฒนาที่ยั่งยืน"

Master Plan Development on Creative Tourism Strategy for Specialized Monumental Areas of Historical Districts-Sukhothai, Si Satchanalai, and Kamphaengphet ) Faculty of Industrial Education and Technology, KMITL

Research

An Integrated Master Plan for Sustainable Community Development to address the Periodic Flooding

  • Abstract
  • These disasters impact on lifestyle and socio-economic development in many areas. Moreover, these also affect the security of food supply and fresh water both quantity and quality of agricultural products, and livestock. For example, fisheries reduced the impact on ecosystems. Biological diversity of plant and animal species extinction affects the ecological balance. Moreover, such disasters also affect the migration of the population. Due to the migration, it could impact on health, the spread of disease, illness, high temperature and stress.
  • While the agricultural area than 10,301,830 acres losses 81,095 million, and not clear answer to their agricultural sector is, however, the over 11,325,182 people will have to adapt how to fit the environment to the gap between the farmers and people in the city and the region's economies have become more and more space at the edge of social issues, sequins should encourage the government and relevant agencies are aware of.
  • We, as the nation's leading educational institutions have a role to help guide the society through leadership in combination with educational institutions in the local area to find the solution, integrated and sustainable. Villagers will have to adapt agriculture to residential and public infrastructure to suit the environment in the future and looking for ways to solve problems quickly by another 8-9 months. Forward to the rainy season, flood water is flowing into the sector again.
  • Our research team work together with the community to operation proposed guidelines to improve the existing infrastructure and to develop a master plan for the community and the environment.
  • Our goal is to familiarize participants with the local people and community leaders to push for local government to create local legislation to establish risk areas and prohibit construction of permanent buildings for the development direction to approach to community involvement in the widespread opinion and to point out the importance of self-reliance.

INTERNATIONAL Architecture Student Internship

IAESTE : International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technical Experience

01.08.2015 / Ms.Anamaria Georgescu / Romania

31 Jul-Dec 2018 / Ms.Calina Bogasiu / Romania

08 Jul -31.Aug 2019 / Ms.Laura Sabua Tatar / Romania / “Ion Mincu” (UAUIM)

Oct 2019- 04 Jan2020 / Nađa Vuković / Serbia

2019-2020 / Mr.Mladen Maslovar / Montenegro

International workshop

2016 Ball State University's CapAsia programme

2018 Ball State University's CapAsia programme

DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION PROJECTS

World Trade Center (Phase 2)Bangkok
Isetan Department Store Joint venture with Thai Shimizu Co. Ltd.
President’s Residence Re-development – Mitsubishi Co. (Thailand) 27 Soi 7 Sukhumvit RoadBangkok
Evergreen City Subdivision Owner residence Renaissance Motif House
Evergreen City Subdivision Clubhouse Building Area
Jongsaai Subdivision Khumphengred Province
Charinsan Building (Kasetsart University) Bangean,
Pha-Pha Department Store Sukhotai
Trad Hotel 200 rooms and conventional hall
Trad Province Night Entertainment Area for retail shops and shopping center
Sports Club Pinklao Phwskasem Street Bangkok
Peyanan Project 260 commercial units with fresh market and bus terminal
Baan Suan Residence Klong Klung, Kampaengpetch Province
Lee Aomnuaychakearn Home Office, Nakorn Phathom Province
U-Ice Home Office and Ice Factory
Pravet, Bangna, Bangkok
Baan Fon Service Apartments Asok, Bangkok
Mae Somjitr Shop
Lampang Province
Clipsal Main Office Building, Ngamwongwan
D-7 Ferryboat
Trat to Koh Chang Island route
Bailan Resort Complex Koh Chang Island
Trat Province 2 and 3 story resort villas built with world class amenities
Bangna Villa Garden Home
Bangna, Bangkok Design implemented using Koh Chang Island concepts
Villa Garden Sukhumvit, Bangkok
The Light House Garden Home - Rama 4, Bangkok
Interflex Textiles Rama 3 Road, Bangkok
RD Dental Center Rachadapisek Road, Bangkok
Young Yaen Palm Beach House-Samutprakarn Province
Lake Wood Garden Home
Thai Government Lottery Center
Ramkhamhaeng University Parking Building
Ramkhamhaeng University
Sukhothai Campus Parking Building
Signature Condominum Suvanaphumi Parking Building
Chakangrao Auditorium Wat Ku Yang - Amphoe Muang Kamphaeng Phet
Wat Pak Hang Main Pagoda Amphoe Muang Kamphaeng Phet
Ramkhamhaeng University Primary
Ramkhamhaeng School Ramkhamhaeng University
Ramkhamhaeng University Primary School
Kad Lampang, Lampang Province