|Date: 4 - 6 septembre, 2017
Venue: Hall D, 3F, COEX
|4 (Lundi) septembre||5 (Mardi) septembre||6(Mercredi) septembre||7(jeudi) septembre|
10:15 - 10:45
9:00 - 10:00
9:00 - 10:00
9:00 - 10:00
|TSIEN, Billie & WILLIAMS , Tod
14:00 - 15:00
13:00 - 14:00
|SCHUMACHER, Patrik (Open to Public)
18:00 – 19:00
|CHO, Minsuk (Open to Public)
18:00 – 19:00
13:00 - 14:00
TSIEN, Billie & WILLIAMS , Tod
Minsuk Cho is an architect and founder of Seoul-based firm Mass Studies.
Cho graduated from Yonsei University and Columbia University, and spent his early career in New York and Rotterdam, and in 1998, co-founded Cho Slade Architecture in New York.
Since returning to Seoul in 2003, he has been committed to the discourse of architecture through socio-cultural and urban research and mostly built works, which have been recognized globally, with representative works including the Pixel House, Missing Matrix, Bundle Matrix: S-Trenue, Ann Demeulemeester Shop, Korea Pavilion: 2010 Shanghai World Expo, and Daum Space.1, Osulloc: Tea Stone/Innisfree, Southcape: Clubhouse, and Dome-ino.
Active beyond his practice, he has co-curated the 2011 Gwangju Design Biennale, and was the commissioner and co-curator of the Korean Pavilion for the 14th International Architecture Exhibition - la Biennale di Venezia, which was awarded the Gold Lion for Best National Participation.
Researcher in Architecture of Earth (ground) and local Materials-Inventor
- Architect by training and holder of a basic school-leaving qualification Deepened (Fathomed) in earth (ground) obtained on May 11th 1990 at School of Architecture of Grenoble France.
- Holder of Certificate of Search (research) within the Laboratory (Architecture of earth (ground), Feed (Delivered on July 1st 1991 at School of Architecture of Grenoble France.)
- Individual member (limb in 2012) of The International Council for Research and Innovation in Building and Construction (CIB).
Holder of three patents in the field of the construction of building hard without coffering nor clamp without mortar of pose:
In 1994 two patents (n° 10230 and n° 10231) freed by the African Organization of the Intellectual Propriety. In 2011 The third patent (n° 15802) freed by the African Organization of the Intellectual Propriety.
Whose Head Office is in Yaoundé Cameroon.
I AND PARTICIPATION IN DIVERSE MEETIG Two patents (n° 10230 and n° 1DISTINCTIONS 0231) freed in 1994:
a) From 08 till December 1997 : Participation in the 1st African lounge (show) of the Technological Invention of Dakar Senegal obtaining of the Price (Prize ) and the International Cup (Cutting ) of IFIA Federation International Association of Inventors’ Geneva Switzerland (Swiss)
b) From 17 till 18 December 1997 Participation in the first competition (help) one of creative creativities of Niamey: obtaining of the First Prize of the President of the Republic and the Golden medal INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANIZATION PRICE WIPO for the Best Innovation
c) From 02 till 07 July 1998 participation in the 4th lounge (Show) of invention and innovation of Casablanca Morocco. Obtaining of the Cup of the Urban Community of Big Casablanca offered by Minister for Housing “Golden medal with Mention Distinction of Grand Prix HASSAN II. And a Golden medal offered by EAST-WEST-EURO –INTELLECT, a Bulgarian institution.
d) From 25 till 29 July participation in the invention and innovation of Casablanca Morocco. Obtaining of “Golden medal INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY ORGANIZATION PRICE WIPO Developing country and of the Diploma and Golden Medal with Mention Distinction of Grand Prix HASSAN II.
II DISTINCTIONS AND PARTICIPATION IN DIVERSE MEETIG The third patent (n° 15802) freed In 2011
a) GRAND PRIX IAEA 2013 European Association of the Inventors; Diploma and Golden medal of the International fair of the Inventions of Geneva from 10 till 14 April 2013
b) A prize-winner forum Africa 100 innovation for a sustainable development and a prize-winner of 21 pioneers having presented their technological innovations in Paris in December, 2013.
1965 – 1977 Wattana Wittaya Academy, Thailand
1977 – 1979 Triam Udom Suksa, Thailand
1979 – 1981 Wellesley College, Massachusetts, USA
1981 – 1984 Rhode Island School of Design, Rhode Island, USA - Bachelor Degree in Architecture
2000 Thai Institute of Directors (“Director Certificate Program”)
2005 Thai Institute of Directors (“The Role of Chairman Program”)
2006 National Defence College (NDC 49)
2007 Capital Market Academy (Leadership Program)
2010 The Executive Creative Economy Training Program (EXCET 1)
2011 Top Executive Program in Commerce and Trade (TEPCoT 4)
2013 Thailand Energy Academy (TEA 2)
2013 Office of the Royal Development Projects Board (RDPB)
2013 Executive Development Program (2)
2014 D.A. in Management (Honorary) Sripatum University
1984-2004 Top Management of Thai Toshiba Group of Companies.
2004-2014 Chairperson of Thai Toshiba Group of Companies & Bangkadi Industrial Park
2014- Minister of Tourism and Sports
2004 1 in 13 The Leading Women Entrepreneurs of the World Award
2004 Outstanding Business Woman Award from Thai Chamber of Commerce
2005 Priew Award
2007 Outstanding Business Woman Award from the Prime Minister on the occasion of International Women Day
2007 Thailand Top 100 HR 2007 Award from Human Resources Institute, Thammasat University
2012 Outstanding Woman Award from The National Council of Women of Thailand
2012 The Women Who Make a Difference Awards 2012 from Thailand Tatler Magazine
2012 Outstanding Business Woman 2012 Award from Thai Chamber of Commerce
2013 Right Livelihood Person 2012 Award from Right Livelihood Foundation
Social Activity (Business)
President of Thai-Japanese Association
Vice Chairman of Thai Chamber of Commerce
President of Self Sufficient Economy Committee, Thai Chamber of Commerce
Vice President of Energy Committee, Thai Chamber of Commerce
President of Ethic Club, Thai Chamber of Commerce
Committee, Anti-Corruption Organization of Thailand
Committee,The Joint Standing Committee on Commerce, Industry and Banking
Committee, Business and Professional Woman’s Associations of Thailand, Bangkok
Committee, The Federation of Business and Professional Woman’s Associations of Thailand
Social Activity (Education)
Board of Trustees, Sirindhorn International Institute of Technology (SIIT)
Board of Director, College of Management Mahidol University (CMMU)
Chairman of the Governors Board, Harrow International School, Thailand
Social Activity (Other)
Head of Leading Women Entrepreneurs of the World Committee, Thailand
Committee Member, Foundation for a Clean and Transparent Thailand (FACT)
Member of the Council of Trustees and Board of the Director, Thailand Development Research Institute Foundation (TDRI)
The Sub-Committee on Population and Plan, The National Economic and Social Development Board
Director, Vichaiyuth Hospital
Director, Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation
Director, Special Olympic of Thailand
Director, Books for Children Foundation
Board, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre
Director, Utokapat Foundation under Royal Patronage of H.M. The King
Committee of the Sufficient Economy Judgement, Office of The Royal Development Projects Board
Working Committee, Art for All in Prisons
Honorary Advisor Committee, K-SME Venture Capital 2007
Evaluation Committee Panel, Baipo Pho Business Awards by SASIN since 2007
Judging Committee Member, “Bangkok Business Challenge” SASIN 2014
Graduated from the University of Tokyo in 1965. In 1971, he established his own office Urban Robot, which was renamed Toyo Ito & Associates, Architects.
Main works: Sendai Mediatheque, Tama Art University Library (Hachioji campus), National Taiwan University, College of Social Sciences (Taiwan R.O.C.), ‘Minna no Mori’ Gifu Media Cosmos, National Taichung Theater (Taiwan R.O.C.), etc.
Awards and Prizes: Golden Lion for at the Venice Biennale, Royal Gold Medal from The Royal Institute of British Architects, The 22nd Praemium Imperiale in Honor of Prince Takamatsu, The Pritzker Architecture Prize, etc.