Ms. So Sokuntheary, PhD of Architecture. She completed her Ph.D in Architectural History of Southeast Asia at Waseda University. She was a technical trainee staff of Japanese Government Teams for Safeguarding Angkor for the conservation and restoration of Bayon temple (1998). Currently, she is a honor head of the Architecture and Urbanism Department of Norton University and teaching History of Khmer Arts and Architecture.
Khuon Khun-Neay is an architect and urban planner. He became the right arm of Vann Molyvann in a great architectural adventure in Cambodia, during the decade that followed the country’s independence.
A notable personality in the fields of architecture, urbanism and national heritage, Khun-Neay will present his most important works from this great period of building throughout the country.
The lecture will be in Khmer language.