Rachaporn Choochuey, co-founder of the architecture studio all(zone), delivers a lecture on the project Light House: The Art of Living Lightly, which prototypes inhabitation with porosity via material, communal, and climatic means in a talk entitled “Fragile Wall.” Rachaporn will be introduced by Samuel Stewart-Halevy, who will be joined by David Eugin Moon in responding to the presentation and hosting the Q&A.
Rachaporn Choochuey received her M.S.AAD from Columbia University and Ph.D. in Architecture History from The University of Tokyo. She was a faculty member of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok and a Louis I. Kahn Assistant Visiting Professor at Yale School of Architecture.
In 2009 she co-founded all(zone) in Bangkok where she is the design director. The studio is fascinated by vernacular designs in ever-changing mega metropolises especially in the tropics which is their source of unlimited stimulus in creating a place where all could feel ‘at home’ in the world. all(zone) international participations and exhibitions are including those at Guggenheim Museum, Chicago Architecture Biennial, Vitra Design Museum, Triennale di Milano and Sharjah Architecture Triennial. Domus magazine included all(zone) as one of 100+ Best Architecture Firm in 2019. In 2022 all(zone) is commissioned to design the 9th MPavilion in Melbourne.