Tsuyoshi Tane, architect and principal at Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects, to lecture at KSUF CAED.
Tsuyoshi Tane, architect and principal at Paris-based Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects, will lecture on Tuesday 7 February at 5 pm at Kent State University Florence CAED. His lecture, titled “Archaeology of the Future”, will be introduced by prof. Paola Giaconia.
Tsuyoshi Tane is a Japanese architect based in Paris. Born in Tokyo, he Graduated from Hokkaido Tokai University in Japan in 2002 and completed the Post-graduate program at The Royal Danish Academy of fine Arts in Denmark in 2003. Between 2003 and 2005 he worked at Henning Larsen Architects in Denmark and at David Adjaye Associates in the UK. He founded ATTA – Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects in Paris in 2017, after being co-founder of DGT in 2006. Tsuyoshi believes in the idea that architecture belongs to the memory of the place and unfolded his thinking in the concept of “Archaeology of the Future”. Among his major works are the Estonian National Museum (2016), the Hirosaki Museum of Contemporary Art (2020), the Al Thani Collection (2021). He is currently working on the Imperial Hotel Tokyo to be completed in 2036. In his career, he has received numerous awards and honors, including the Grand Prix AFEX 2021 – French Architects Overseas, the Jean Dejean Prize by the Académie d’Architecture Française, the Estonian Cultural Endowment Grand Prix. He was nominated for the European Union Mies van der Rohe Award in 2017. He published the monograph “TSUYOSHI TANE Archaeology of the Future” (TOTO publisher).