Tsuyoshi Tane is a Japanese architect based in Paris. He has started Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects in 2017 after co-founder of DGT Architects in 2006 and working experience in London, Denmark and Japan. Through a series of award-winning projects and building such as Estonian National Museum, Kofun Stadium of Japanese Olympic 2020, LIGHT is TIME and many others. Tsuyoshi is recognized as one of the emerging architects in new generation for designing architecture that are belongs to a memory of place that can connect its past to the future as his concept - “Archaeology of the Future”. Tsuyoshi has received numerous awards and honours, including the French Ministry of Culture Architecture Prize, French Architects Overseas Grand Prix, Estonian Cultural Endowment Grand Prix, nomination for the European Union Mies van der Rohe Award 2017 and 67th Japanese Ministry new face Award of Minister of Education Award for Fine Arts. He is frequently giving public speaks and lectures and he has been teaching at the Columbia University GSAPP and ESVMD.
TSUYOSHI 'S PRESENTATIONS
My Favorite City : Archaeology of the Future City
BY TSUYOSHI TANE
@ ACA 18 TOKYO DESIGN TALK, POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA
ON SEP 11, 2018
Tsuyoshi Tane, Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects, a Paris based architect, shares his idea of archaeorogy of the future city by introducing his experience his recent visit to Butan.