Definition of Kenzo tange
1. Noun. Japanese architect (born in 1913).
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Literary usage of Kenzo tange
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1. Architecture of Instruction and Delight: A Socio-historical Analysis of by Pieter van Wesemael (2001)
"39 kenzo tange is regarded as the Nestor ofmodern Japanese architecture. he tried to reconcile the modernistic concepts on architecture and urban planning ..."
2. Twist & Build: Creating Non-orthogonal Architecture by Karel Vollers (2001)
"Strikingly identical to the design of kenzo tange is the Saint Mary Church in San Francisco, USA, designed by Nervi and ..."
3. Frame and Generic Space by Bernard Leupen (2006)
"Megastructure as frame When the Japanese architect kenzo tange visited the Unite under construction in Marseille in 1948, he confessed that ..."
4. Sandberg, Designer and Director of the Stedelijk by Ad Petersen (2004)
"... Barr Jr and kenzo tange amongst others, and in New York that 0ctober he was awarded the annual medal ( ' for hi si nspi ri ng i nterna- tional influence ..."