Lionbots International’s Quirky Head of Special Projects, Lee Tat Lin

Lionbots International’s Quirky Head of Special Projects, Lee Tat Lin 1616 1080 Design Business Chamber Singapore

Lee Tat Lin, a SUTD graduate, happens to be the designer and maker behind our Singapore Good Design (SG Mark) plaques. 

Tell us a little more about yourself. Describe your personal style.

I’m educated as an engineer but the last 7 years of my career has taken me through a multitude of experiences from research to design, to consulting, and to where I am now. I value each one of them and suffice to say, I like to explore and dabble in new things!

What do you do at Lionsbot International?

I mainly focus on investor relations and overseas expansion, as well as driving a portion of our marketing efforts. It is exciting to see our cleaning robots all over the world, empowering cleaning professionals to be the future of cleaning!

What is your design ethos/motto?

I believe that every design is a solution to a problem, and it is crucial to always design for the right problem instead of seeking the right design for the wrong problem.

What’s the best piece of advice you’ve received? 

I’ve had many great advices but I like this rather unusual piece of advise: “Teach them the right way, but tell them the real way”

What would you like to have as your last meal on earth?

Definitely a bowl of noodle soup accompanied by grilled steak with roasted potatoes and vegetables. Not forgetting some good beer!


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