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Kenzo Tange

Kenzo Tange (丹下 健三 Tange Kenzō?, 4 September 1913 – 22 March 2005) was a Japanese architect, and winner of the 1987 Pritzker Prize for architecture.

Spotlight: Kenzō Tange

Kenzo Tange (丹下 健三 Tange Kenzō?, 4 September 1913 – 22 March 2005) was a Japanese architect, and winner of the 1987 Pritzker Prize for architecture.

AD Classics: Kagawa Prefectural Gymnasium / Kenzo Tange (7)

AD Classics: Kagawa Prefectural Gymnasium / Kenzo Tange

Kenzō Tange (丹下 健三 Tange Kenzō, 4 September 1913 – 22 March 2005) was a Japanese architect, and winner of the 1987 Pritzker Prize for architecture. He was one of the most significant architects of the 20th century, combining traditional Japanese styles with modernism, and designed major buildings on five continents. Tange was also an influential patron of the Metabolist movement. He received the AIA Gold Medal in 1966.

Kenzō Tange (丹下 健三 Tange Kenzō, 4 September 1913 – 22 March 2005) was a Japanese architect, and winner of the 1987 Pritzker Prize for architecture. He was one of the most significant architects of the 20th century, combining traditional Japanese styles with modernism, and designed major buildings on five continents. Tange was also an influential patron of the Metabolist movement. He received the AIA Gold Medal in 1966.

AD Classics: Yoyogi National Gymnasium / Kenzo Tange | ArchDaily

AD Classics: Yoyogi National Gymnasium / Kenzo Tange

AD Classics: Yoyogi National Gymnasium / Kenzo Tange

AD Classics: Yoyogi National Gymnasium / Kenzo Tange

Built by Kenzo Tange in Tokyo, Japan with date Images by Wikimedia Commons. Built for the 1964 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, the Yoyogi National Gymnasium has become an architectural ic...

Imabari City Hall Complex — Imabari, Japan (1958) by Kenzo Tange

A Brutalist with a Heart: Surveying the Work of Kenzo Tange

Dia 17 – De Naoshima para Hiroshima. Sair de manhã em direção a Hiroshima (2 horas) e visitar o Parque e Memorial da Paz de Hiroshima to Arquiteto Kenzo Tange. À tarde continuar para Miyajima (40 minutos) e dormir nesta pequena cidade. (AD Classics: Hiroshima Peace Center and Memorial Park / Kenzo Tange | ArchDaily)

AD Classics: AD Classics: Hiroshima Peace Center and Memorial Park / Kenzo Tange

Dia 17 – De Naoshima para Hiroshima. Sair de manhã em direção a Hiroshima (2 horas) e visitar o Parque e Memorial da Paz de Hiroshima to Arquiteto Kenzo Tange. À tarde continuar para Miyajima (40 minutos) e dormir nesta pequena cidade. (AD Classics: Hiroshima Peace Center and Memorial Park / Kenzo Tange | ArchDaily)

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