For many, interior design is reductive. A process of containment. We have a confined space. We zone and fragment. We place and position. This is fine. But it isn’t experiential. Clan B sees beyond. We flip the conventional notion of interior. So we begin we a point in space and think outwards. Where can we go from here? How can we branch, modulate and move? One point leads to a new creative point and so on. This methodology sees design as expansive flow.