Pen Sereypagna

Pen Sereypagna

Pen Sereypagna is the director of the Vann Molyvann Project and a freelance architect and urban researcher based in Phnom Penh City.

Pen Sereypagna is the director of the Vann Molyvann Project and a freelance architect and urban researcher based in Phnom Penh City. He has been awarded scholarships and fellowships including the Chevening Scholarship (2017–18), US/ICOMOS and East West Center (2015–16), Sa Sa Art Projects (2014–15), Asian Cultural Council (2012–13), and the School of Constructed Environments PARSONS as a visiting scholar (2012). Sereypagna’s work on Genealogy of Urban Form Phnom Penh, Genealogy of Bassac, and Phnom Penh Visions has been the subject of several exhibitions and presentations in Cambodia and selected venues in Asia, Australia, and the US. His publications on urban transformation with a focus on Phnom Penh, Cambodia, include: Cité de l’Architecture & du Patrimoine (forthcoming 2019), National University of Singapore’s Urban Asias (2018), Chulalongkorn University’s Nakhara journal (2015), and Parsons Journal (2014).