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Craig Tan  |  Director

Craig is the founding director of Craig Tan Architects.  Craig has 19 years of international experience across a broad range of building typologies and scale, ranging from furniture design, interiors, architecture to urban master-planning.  His primary strength lies in conceptual design and extends through to an attention to construction and detail. His strong artistic ability is harnessed through his free-hand sketching skills which assist the development and communication of ideas throughout the process. His experience gained on Hawker Hall, Chin Chin, Innocent Bystander nd Monster Dining demonstrate his ability to deliver high quality hospitality projects. Craig has extensive experience working with councils, architects, engineers, and multiple stakeholders on a wide range of complex projects.

 

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Tamara Glick  |  Graduate of Architecture

Tamara is an architectural graduate with experience in architecture, furniture design and art installations.  She graduated from the University of Western Australia in Perth, where she worked with Post-Architecture to produce self initiated community design projects, as well as with artist Jon Tarry to deliver large scale sculptures and installations from concept to fabrication. She has been responsible for delivering a diverse range of projects within the office, including the Dairy Road artist makers centre, HWKR restaurant, and some residential projects.

 

 

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Patrick Hegarty  |  Graduate of Architecture

Patrick completed a Bachelor of Design at RMIT University before going on to gain his Master of Architecture degree from the University of Melbourne. He has been working as a graduate for three years and has experience in projects at a variety of scales and programs. Patrick’s strengths lie in conceptualisation and creative problem solving based on a rigorous understanding of architectural history and theory. In addition to engaging in architecture, Patrick has also designed and built a series of multimedia based fine art installations, which have been exhibited in Australia and New Zealand. His hobbies include hiking, watching films, and surfing. Pat was recently responsible for delivering the ANU Pop Up Village in Canberra.

 

Diem Le  |  Architectural Assistant

Diem has recently completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural Design at Deakin University. She has since assisted with various projects including commercial, small to medium scale residential as well as a community centre. With a keen interest in ESD and energy-efficient living, Diem is hoping to implement these strategies and translate these ideas in her exploration of architecture. Diem’s strengths lie in presentation and visual expression of key architectural concepts and ideas. Outside of Architecture, she enjoys portrait drawing and spending time with her dog. Diem has been an integral team member on Dairy Road artists makers centre, Hepburn residence, Tune Hotel Towers, and HWKR restaurant.

 

Katerina Ford  |  Architectural Assistant

Katerina graduated with a Bachelor of Architecture from University of Canberra, where she worked with Guida Moseley Brown Architecture on education, government and airport projects. She is currently studying a Master of Architecture at University of Melbourne. She has a keen interest in public architecture and the relationship between art and architecture. She is looking forward to exploring these ideas in future projects.  She has assisted on a range of projects at a variety of scales and programs. Katerina particularly enjoys historic and cultural research when approaching design, and also enjoys visually communicating conceptual ideas. In addition to engaging in architecture, she is a professional musician, and has interests in life drawing and film.