Fabian Tan unifies old and new architectural elements in Makio House

Fabian Tan Architect's Makio House is a minimalist home that embraces the light and views with heightened spatial experience through materiality

This open house is a breezy sanctuary within Kuala Lumpur’s city center

Only three hundred houses or so populate “Malaysia’s Beverly Hills,” an upscale residential area nestled in hills overlooking Kuala Lumpur—Bukit Nanas, Bukit Bintang, and Bukit Tunku. Of the three, Bukit Tunku remains the suburban

Syncopated Spaces in Fabian Tan’s Le Mon House

The house’s physical constraints are apparent from the street. It sits on 176 square meters of land wedged between two other units in a terrace housing row in Kuala Lumpur. The lack of setback

The Edges of Transformation: a renovation with postmodern hints

In his earthy T-shirt and pale shorts, Malaysian architect Fabian Tan seemed to absorb the light modestly in his craftily designed home-office in one of the suburbs of Kuala Lumpur. His office is bare,

Hotel Journal evokes 1950s-60s Kuala Lumpur

Hotel Journal, with interiors designed by Seshan Design, is a modern yet nostalgic narrative of culture and community in KL

Seshan Design designs F&B duo of Parisian bakery and NYC cocktail bar

Two unlikely sister establishments, a bakery-cafe and a cocktail bar, channel Paris and New York in Kulala Lumpur's ritzy Damansara district