HAQUE TAN is a design studio combining the scale of architecture with the ingenuity of art and the eccentricities of technology. Led by Ling Tan and Usman Haque, our mission is to make spaces more democratic, inclusive and culturally-driven. We create unforgettable architecture, systems and experiences that get people working together, co-creating diverse shared futures.

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Blending digital & physical architecture [HT 02]

Blending digital & physical architecture Newsletter – May 2024 A recent site visit for a potential new project had us donning hard hats to inspect a dramatic building in East London, immersed in history and ripe for experimentation. It’s a very well-known site – culturally speaking – because it's been the backdrop for dozens of blockbuster films and series. It reminded us immediately of the recent post-apocalyptic series Fallout – which probably wasn’t shot here, but which easily fit into the...

Bird's eye view of Clarence Gardens

A Space for More-than-HumanConversation & Deliberation Newsletter – April 2024 Hot on the heels of HAQUE TAN's Wild Imaginarium, the new entrance for Great Ormond Street Hospital, we're super excited to be working on a new project for Clarence Gardens, in Regent’s Park Estate, London. The site is home to many trees, including a London Plane tree that is over 200 years old. HAQUE TAN's project will explore possible conversational relationships between humans and non-humans (including both...