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Robert Boughey is an American architect born in Pennsylvania, USA. He completed his Bachelor of Architecture from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York in 1959 and received Diploma in Tropical Studies from AA School of Architecture, London in 1967. He is a former research professor of architecture at Pratt institute.
- Kamalapur Railway Station, Dhaka, Bangladesh, 1961–64
- Notre Dame College (Dhaka), Bangladesh
- Saint Joseph Higher Secondary School (Dhaka), Dhaka, Bangladesh
- National Indoor Stadium, Thailand, 1965–66
- Domestic Terminal, Bangkok, Thailand, 1982
- Bank of America, Bangkok, Thailand
- Diethelm Towers, Bangkok, Thailand
- SCB Computer Center
- The Boughey Residence, Bangkok
- BMA Contemporary Art Museum, Bangkok
- UNESCO Asia-Pacific Awards for Cultural Heritage Conservation