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 (tän′gĕ), Kenzo 1913-2005.
Japanese architect. He designed the Peace Center and Park (1949-1956) as part of the rebuilding of Hiroshima after World War II. His other designs include the National Gymnasium for the 1964 Olympic Games and St. Mary's Cathedral (1963), both in Tokyo.

Tange

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(Biography) Kenzo. 1913–2005, Japanese architect. His buildings include the Kurashiki city hall (1960) and St Mary's Cathedral in Tokyo (1962–64)
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Jarrsten, who will join the company towards the end of 2017, will replace Christian Tange who, after four years with Karolinska Development, has decided to pursue other opportunities.
No que tange as problematicas da historia e do funcionamento da disciplina, temos o artigo de Alessandra Santos sobre a tese de livre-docencia de Francisco Iglesias, referencia incontornavel na historia da historiografia brasileira.
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Minister Poposki stressed the significance of what architect Kenzo Tange had done during the reconstruction of Skopje.
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He mentioned in this regard the Skopje earthquake of 1963 and one of the best-known and most creative architects of the 20th century, Kenzo Tange, who, at the Japanese Emperor's initiative, provided solutions for the reconstruction of Macedonia's capital, and recalled the compassion and aid from the people of Macedonia for the tsunami-stricken regions of Japan.