Seshan Design fulfills the needs of a multigenerational household

The house Seshan Design has crafted is a two-storey concrete box in a street of aging, clay tile-roofed bungalows, an outlier in one of the older residential  suburbs of Petaling Jaya, Malaysia. The west-facing

This Terracotta House enables a family’s modern lifestyle

The Terracotta House stands out like a sore thumb. The monolithic form elevates it from its neighbors, the majority of which are bungalows with pitched roofs. Clay tiles held together by steel rods wrap

Fabian Tan’s Jose House translates nature and light

People seek allowances, portions inside their home marked by margins—a desire manifested in the ache felt for the impression of space. In dense urban surroundings, it is difficult to translate this sense of longing

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

These 5 houses exemplify responses to our tropical climate

These practices strive to design for comfort in the face of oppressive heat, humidity, and rainfall of Southeast Asia