Kieran Chan


Kieran completed his Part 1 at the University of Kent where he developed an interest in phenomenonology and the use of sensory design. How the phenomenon of experience can be generated by weaving non-visual architectural mechanisms to formulate a life-enhancing form of architecture that focuses on the ‘genius loci’ of space.

Since graduating, he has worked at conservation practice Purcell in Canterbury, before joining Make last year where he’ll remain for his LSA placement.

On the rare occasion, outside of the studio, Kieran can be found baking, taking photos and getting lost in the wilderness on his bike.