Nong Chotipatoomwan is Thai designer based in London / Bangkok.



Avroko | Bangkok, Thailand
Designer, May 2015 - Sept 2015

Visionaire Publishing | New York, USA
Product Designer, Sept 2013 - August 2014

3.1 Philip Lim | New York, USA
2012, Nov 2013 - March 2014

Bec Brittain Studio | New York, USA
Design Intern, Summer 2013


Royal College of Art | London, UK.
MA Design Products, Platform: Design as Catalyst

Rhode Island School of Design | Providence, United States.
BFA Industrial Design, Concentration: Environmental Studies

Politecnico di Milano Exchange Program | Milan, Italy.
Product Development, Interaction System Design

Tintern Schools | Melbourne, Australia.
International Baccalaureate (IB), HL: Psychology, Maths, Arts


Sight Unseen (WEB)

Blueprint Magazine


Selected for Luciene Day Foundation Prize

Shortlisted for the Future of Work Award


Landing Space

ash, steel, wool, polyester

A set of apparatus that supports the changing needs of mobile workers

Landing Space is about the changing landscape of work culture. The advancement of mobile devices and digital technology has opened the door to a workplace, where people can perform a variety of tasks in all different kind of settings. While this recent development in mobile technology originated only 6 years ago, it has completely transformed the working environment and modern working landscape cannot keep up. With this flexible in time and place, it is crucial to provide people with the right space that suit their needs and tasks.

Landing Space is a set of apparatus that aims to satisfy the changing needs of mobile workers in in-between spaces: cafes, co-working spaces and meeting areas where private and public domain converge. The set consists of a Screen Table, One a half chair and Charging Tree; each serving different functions in the space.

The key element to well being in a space is a space that encourages connection, supports variety of workstyles and allowing people freely to move around.

Redefining ‘in between’ spaces where people temporarily take ownership of the space, form relationships and interact with the changing environment.



Screen table

Focus, work and organise

Screen Table is a modular and highly flexible work table, where each components can be adjusted according to different tasks and needs. The screen can be removed or inserted over a different table leg so that worker can focus on their own task or share when they need to. The small tray helps keep personal belonging and workspace organised when on the go.



One and a half chair

Support, interact and move

One and a half chair supports sit, lean, alone or social activities. The D-shaped back sits just at the waist to provide lumbar support.



Charging tree

Recharge, interact and connect

Charging Tree is a mini social hub that supports social activities and encourages people to stand up and connect in co-working and public spaces.