about me

"As a child, I always liked boy toys more than girl toys. I grew up playing with my brother's Erector set, instead of playing Barbie dolls like the other girls. I enjoyed designing and building houses, airplanes and even entire cities using Legos."


Sasitorn Iamsaengsawang was born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand. She studied and completed a bachelor's degree in interior architecture at the prestigious King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang (KMITL), a center of architecture and engineering in Thailand.

In 2001 Sasitorn worked as an interior design intern at Optimum Company Ltd., where she specified all materials and finishes for stage design and exhibits. From 2002 to 2003, she worked as an interior architect at Ductstore (Design Guru Company Ltd) focusing on interior graphic design, exhibitions, stage management and architecture.

Moving to New York City in 2003 to continue her education, Sasitorn completed a masters degree of professional studies in design management at Pratt Institute. While completing her masters degree, she learned how to bridge the disciplines of design and business management.

After her graduation from Pratt Institute in 2006, Sasitorn worked as an interior architect consultant at Craig Nealy Architects. During this time she gained extensive experience working on retail spaces and commercial projects. From 2007 to 2010, Sasitorn has been working as an interior architect at McGinley Design, where she's actively involved with all stages of the design process;  concept development, construction documents, client relationss, vendor coordination, on-site supervision, FF&E packaging with furniture and accessory purchasing. At McGinley Design, her most recent projects include high-end residential and commercial projects in Manhattan such as New York Plaza, Empire House and 215 East 80th Street. Since 2010, Sasitorn have been working at StanDa Studio, an architectural firm which specializes in restaurant design. She also works as a freelancer  interior design consultant for residential and healthcare projects in the New York City area.

Creativity is a drug I cannot live without.” - Cecil B. DeMille