Chalit Kongsuwan

Chalit used to work as a product designer for a number of industrial furniture factories in Thailand. Due to intense commercial and industrial conditions in South East Asian market, he shifted his direction from an industrial designer to a furniture designer and maker.This shift led him to the Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Australia where he spent eight years for completing Master of Fine Art and Design and PhD in Furniture Design. Moreover, Chalit went to TAFE Metal Trades, Bender Drive, Tasmania to learn ARC, MIG and TIG welding.

This shift led him to the Tasmanian School of Art, Hobart, Australia where he spent eight years for completing Master of Fine Art and Design and PhD in Furniture Design. Moreover, Chalit went to TAFE Metal Trades, Bender Drive, Tasmania to learn ARC, MIG and TIG welding.

During his time stay in Australia, Chalit has shortlisted and won a number of major design competitions. He has also had numerous group exhibitions and four invited solo exhibitions in Australia. Recently, his furniture has been collected by both the Design Centre Tasmania Australia and the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery (QVMAG) as one of permanent collections.

Student Projects by Coursework Taught (37)


Wooden box with Auspicious Clouds at NTU ADM Portfolio

Wooden box with Auspicious . . . Clouds (2016)

Eugene Wong,


The Tilted Cup, A Set Of Teacup And Saucer at NTU ADM Portfolio

The Tilted Cup, A Set Of . . . Teacup And Saucer (2016)

Alicia Phua Jie Yi,


Paper Weight With Paper Clip Receptacle at NTU ADM Portfolio

Paper Weight With Paper Clip . . . Receptacle (2016)

Kerin Ng Jia En,


Jam & Butter Tray With Knife at NTU ADM Portfolio

Jam & Butter Tray With . . . Knife (2016)

Lee May Ee,


3-Beat Mortar And Pestle With Bamboo Brush at NTU ADM Portfolio

3-Beat Mortar And Pestle With . . . Bamboo Brush (2016)

Loh Xiu Ming,

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