Pamela Tan is an architectural designer that explores various fields in art, architecture and design. Her work cuts across, and blurring the boundaries between disciplines that embody narrative and values in all form. She aims to propose speculative ideas that seek the subtle unseen and unveil the unknown delights in all scales.

Pamela obtained a MArch RIBA Pt. 2 from the University of Greenwich, London and received distinctions for all her architectural design projects. She was the recipient of the PAM-Tan Sri Ar Chan Sau Lai Award 2016. She presented her final year design thesis project entitled ‘Soil City’ for TED X- University Teknologi PETRONAS..

Her work has been published and exhibited namely The Royal Academy of Arts, London, Future Cities 4: Reconciling Opposites, London, East of Eden, London, Architecture Malaysia, Malaysia, and Design and Architecture d+a, Malaysia.

Pamela gained experience from a number of practices such as Max Dewdney Architect, London, Walkerbushe Architect, London, and DTLM Architect, Subang Jaya where she co-led on the award-winning 'University Malaya Master Plan Ideas competition 2016'  which has won first place.








  • Soil City, SuperArchitects MArch RIBA Part II Thesis, publication.

  • Soil City, East of Eden ,Publication, 2015.

  • End of year Exhibition 2015, East of Eden, University of Greenwich.

  • MArch Part II Architectural Design (Major Project), Distinction.

  • MAPPA MUNDI: A MAP MAKER'S DREAM 3d model featured at The Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition 2015.

  • The Soil City, Future Cities 4: Reconciling Opposites, publication.

  • Unit 20, Infinite States: Work in Progress Exhibition, University of Greenwich.


  • Archive No.149, The Draftery.

  • End of year Exhibition 2014, University of Greenwich.


  • Bench design selected for Publika, Malaysia Art Platform Kuala Lumpur (MAPKL).