Architect Cliff Tan of Dear Modern believes that architecture services should be available to everyone, not just those wealthy enough to afford traditional architecture services. He was inspired to use social media to teach simple lessons on feng shui and design.
Architect Cliff Tan of Dear Modern believes that architecture services should be available to everyone, not just those wealthy enough to afford traditional architecture services. He was inspired to use social media to teach simple lessons on feng shui and design to help people find the best use for their space. This week on the My Modern Met Top Artist Podcast, we talk to Cliff about the impact he is making with his platform and his view of architecture and design. Tune in for an episode on architecture, feng shui, and the idea of sharing your work to inspire good design and to help others. See some of the artwork we discuss on the Top Artist Instagram
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Cliff Tan is an architect based in London. He graduated from the Architectural Association and went on to practice at firms such as Aedas, WOHA architects, and Heatherwick Studio. He went on to set up his practice Dear Modern, which focuses on space planning and space optimization based on feng shui principles. Through the Covid'19 Pandemic, he evolved his practice to bring architecture and design to the masses through accessible videos, and affordable consultation services in the hopes that such architectural services can be more easily accessed and enjoyed by the wider public.
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