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    It all began when we rescued a set of six chairs from a second-hand furniture store as a studio project. Referencing the "six degrees of separati… Read More
    It all began when we rescued a set of six chairs from a second-hand furniture store as a studio project. Referencing the "six degrees of separation" theory, we named this set of six chairs 'Jason Tan', setting out to determine if we knew a 'Jason Tan' within six (or less) connections. While refurbishing, we replaced their upholstery completely, but left the beautifully aged frames untouched. Read Less
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It all began when we rescued a set of six chairs from a second-hand furniture store as a studio project. While refurbishing, we replaced their upholstery completely, but left the beautifully aged frames untouched. To us, some memories should never be completely erased. 
Referencing the "six degrees of separation" theory, we assume everyone in Singapore will know a Jason Tan within six (or less) connections. Collectively, we already have no less than 15 Jasons in our phonebooks.
 
Why the surname Tan? 

Because a quick search on the internet tells us it’s the most common Singaporean surname—at least since the year 2000. 
Creative Director — Kai Yeo
Designers — Kai Yeo, Yasser Suratman, Edmund Seet
Year — 2013