LeeshTagTom

info@leeshtagtom.com
4/174 Coogee Bay Road
Coogee NSW 2034
0411 824 458


Thomas Cole and Felicia Huang are members of Sydney based design firm, LeeshTagTom. The practice operates through a highly conceptual framework engaging in huge amounts of professional research as to design poetic environments with a sophisticated level of innovation, strategic planning and attention to detail. The young practice further contributes to the design profession through exhibited works, a number of which have previously been exhibited in The Sydney Architecture Festival and the Lisbon Architecture Triennale as well as group shows in The Gwangju Design Biennale and The Prague Quadrennial.

LeeshTagTom is currently interested in taking on commissions between the scales of furniture design and retail design as well as residential dwellings and public art.


Directors

Thomas Cole
Thomas graduated with a Masters of Architecture from the University of New South Wales in 2008 where he was awarded the ARB Architects Medallion. Tom has worked for architecture firms in both Sydney and the Peoples Republic of China where he has been involved in a wide spectrum of projects including restoration in Beijings Hutong districts, residential architecture as well as a number of art installations and exhibitions. In 2009 Thomas won the Byera Hadley Travelling Scholarship for his research proposal The Politics of Memory and in 2011 was nominated for the Hunter Douglas Award at Archiprix International. Thomas is currently a Lecturer in the Interior and Spatial Design program at the University of Technology, Sydney.

Felicia Huang
Felicia Huang graduated with a Masters of Architecture from the University of New South Wales in 2008. Since graduation she has worked for a range of architecture practices and has completed residential, educational and public projects in NSW and the ACT. Notable work from previous employment includes the Canberra Medallion winning St. Gregorys Hall that she completed while working for Collins Caddaye Architects.