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Zoe Chan

Zoe and Chan

Michael Sinclair, photographer, made this reportage of Zoe Chan. More to see of his work in the Monocle guide to cosy homes.

Zoe Chan is co-owner of Chan + Eayrs, a home and lifestyle brand who create architectural, curated residences. Chan + Eayrs is founded by architect-interior designers Zoe Chan and Merlin Eayrs.

Zoe Chan, born in 1985 in London, is a graduate from Cambridge University and The Architectural Association (AA). She has won several prizes relating to her Architectural Studies including: graduating summa cum laude (Architecture, Cambridge University) , the George Ryand’s Prize (best undergraduate by subject) and The RIBA East Prize. In 2007, she worked at Atmos Architects prior to attending the AA, and throughout the second phase of her studies, she acquired several derelict sites, both as an investment and as future design projects in waiting.
In 2009, Zoe completed the AA and founded Atelier ChanChan. Her first temporary projects included Ridleys temporary restaurant, Urban Fog Teahouse and The Trace Room installation at The Victoria and Albert Museum. These were widely acclaimed and featured in press from The New York Times, to the Evening Standard amongst other press and design magazines. From 2010 -2014 she worked on several projects for external clients in Malaysia and London.

Zoe Chan
Zoe Chan
Zoe Chan
Zoe Chan
Zoe Chan in her bedroom window Tree in front of the house with the facade of the house behind
left Zoe Chan in her bedroom window
right Tree in front of the house with the facade of the house behind

Images: Michael Sinclair via Taverne Agency. Chan and Eayrs

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