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Winyu Charoensantiphap

managing director


After graduated from Chulalongkorn University and a few year working in Thailand, Winyu went to Harvard University for his Master's Degree. Then he spent another 6 years there working as project designer and project director on various types of projects mostly in Caribbeans and Central and South America. When he came back to Thailand ,he gained experiences on both interior and landscape projects in Thailand, Vietnam, China, India and etc. 


Winyu is now overseeing Cancu's overall concept and practice. His holistic approach and integration of interior and exterior spaces allows him to manage his team of various talents to see through one's own expertise and work with the others to become one integrated design studio.

Yutthana Chanpong 

director of interior department


Yutthana had already spent 10 years in United States with Master's Degree from the University of Savannah and extensive working experiences when he decided to came back to Thailand, packed with knowledge in interior architecture and furniture design on numerous hospitality and residential projects. He settled down just to set off to Dubai for another few years to work on even more hotel and resort projects. He finally came back to Thailand and joined force with Winyu and Rittikorn to set up Cancu Studio.


His understanding of technical aspects in hotel operation along with aesthetic quality in overall spaces down to tiny furniture curvature help him to be able to balance visually stunning design with practicality.

Rittikorn Onsomkrit

director of landscape department


Rittikorn started his career in Thailand after his graduation from Chulalongkorn University before travelling to Japan and worked there for three years. He came back to Thailand to work extensively both in the field and on drawing board. He participated in many international projects throughout Asia. 


The combination of artistic mind and disciplined professional practice makes him a unique designer with balanced design approach. 

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