Japanese Architect Tsuyoshi Tane Gave an Open Lecture at TTK UAS22.02.2017

On February 10th, the Japanese architect Tsuyoshi Tane gave an open lecture „The Archeology of the Future“ at TTK UAS. Tane, who is the architect of the new Estonian National Museum opened in Tartu, talked about the process of designing and constructing the building. The main question when preparing the project was :„How to build a modern museum that would also be connected to national history?“ Tane said they tried to establish the idea of a bridge that would connect the landscape and the lake. From practical side, it was quite challenging to fit more than 400 rooms in one building and use as much natural light as possible.

Tsuyoshi Tane born in Tokyo, Japan in 1979. He has studied at Hokkaido Tokai University in Japan and the Royal Danish Academy of Fine and Arts in Copenhagen, Denmark. He has been experienced to work with known architect practices including HENNING LARSENS TEGNESTUE, Copenhagen and ADJAYE/ASSOCIATES , London.
In 2006, he founded DGT. (DORELL.GHOTMEH.TANE / ARCHITECTS) with Dan Dorell and Lina Ghotmeh. Since 2017, he has started his own practice ATELIER TSUYOSHI TANE ARCHITECTS in Paris.

Tsuyoshi Tane is one of the today leading of architects and has won several awards among which the NAJAP 2007-08′ – French Ministry of Culture Architecture 2008 Prize, AFEX Grand Prix 2016, Academie D’Architecture Prix Dejean 2016 and was selected as one of the «10 for Visionary Architects for a new decade» by the European Architects Review. Since 2012, he is teaching at the COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY GSAPP.

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