The Al Thani Collection Foundation has appointed Atelier Tsuyoshi Tane Architects to design the spaces dedicated to its collection at the Hôtel de la Marine. Opening in Spring 2020, these spaces will provide for the long-term display of works from the Collection, and will host a dynamic programme of exhibitions, conferences and educational activities.
ATTA is based in Paris with an international team of over 30 architects, designers and creators, led by founding architect Tsuyoshi Tane. Through a series of award-winning projects and buildings such as Estonian National Museum, Kofun Stadium for the Japanese Olympics 2020, Todoroki House in Valley and many others, Tsuyoshi has become recognised in a new generation of emerging architects. He believes architecture belongs to a memory of place and can carry the past into the future; it is his concept - "Archaeology of the Future". Tsuyoshi has received numerous awards and honours including the French Ministry of Culture Architecture Prize (NAJAP), the French Architects Overseas (AFEX) Grand Prix in 2016, Estonian Cultural Endowment Grand Prix, nomination for the Mies van der Rohe Award in 2017 and the 67th Japanese Ministry of Education for Fine Arts New Face Award.
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