Associate Mint Kamolnadda Thumrongluck (Bangkok, Thailand) received an undergraduate degree in architectural design from Chulalongkorn University. Her passion for multi-disciplinary design led her to New York City in 2012, where she later earned a double major Master's degree in Interior Design and Lighting Design from Parsons.
Mint joined L'Observatoire Intl. in 2015, and has been working with a myriad of designers and architects on a large breadth of project types including TAK Room with David Collins Studio, an office tower with SOM, a hospitality project with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, the British Galleries at the Met, and Veronika Restaurant with Roman and Williams.
Mint finds passion in exploring inspirations from other realms of art and design. With a design approach that embodies the intersectionality of lighting design with other fields and disciplines, she’s constantly inspired to foster collaborative experience to help realize a cohesive project.