Architect / Chairman of Tange Associates

Paul Noritaka Tange began his architectural career upon receiving his Master in Architecture from Harvard University, Graduate School of Design in 1985. That same year, he joined Kenzo Tange Associates, the architectural firm headed by his father, well known international architect, Kenzo Tange. Paul became President of Kenzo Tange Associates in 1997 and founded Tange Associates in 2003. Paul exemplifies the international element of his practice. He is a Japanese citizen educated in Japan, Switzerland and the US and a registered architect of both Japan and Singapore. Tange Associates, as one of a 3-member architecture and engineering team, is designing the Aquatics Center for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The design of the Olympic swimming pools by Tange Associates will be the first time in architecture history that father and son architects have designed the same facilities in the same city for two separate Olympics.

Major Milestones in the Urban Scape of Singapore

 Marina South Masterplan

 OUB Centre and OUB Centre Annex

 UOB Plaza

 URA Centre

 One Raffles Quay Tower 2

 Orchard Gateway and the 1st overhead link bridge in Orchard