Interview with Charlie Rose
As one of the finalist in the Earth Awards 2009, Ming Tang was interviewed by Charlie Rose in The Earth Award Gala at the Four Seasons Restaurant on January 12, 2009 in New York City.
The Earth Awards
Ming Tang is selected as one of the ten finalists in the Earth Awards 2009. The Earth Awards is a global search for future-crucial design solutions that will improve our collective social, cultural, economic and ecological quality of life.
award winning project “folded bamboo house”
Ming Tang’s award winning project “folded bamboo house” has been published in several major Architectural / sustainable design web sites, including ArchDaily, Inhabitat, Treehugger, urbanpromoter, ecofriend, archiblog, tinyhousedesign, luminalive and many many more.
New book published
Ming Tang’s new book, "URBAN PALEONTOLOGY: Evolution of Urban Form" was published by Universal publishers. The book is available for purchasing in the bookstore, Amazon, Barnes & Noble. Free sample chapters are available to download in Universal Publisher website. ISBN: 1599429497
Winner of Live the Box competition
Ming Tang, Dihua Yang won the third place of Live the Box competition. Sponsored by AIA Newark, Suburban and the Young Architects Forum. It focuses on how to use shipping containers as the primary construct of an urban multi-family mixed use project. This is the third award we won in a month. Cheers.
Won RE: CONSTRUCT competition
Ming Tang won RE: CONSTRUCT: Sustainable materials and building practices competition. His project won one of the eight honorable mentions. This competition is organized by Re:Vision.
Won Homeland Rehabilitation competition
We won the third place in Homeland Rehabilitation: Design Competition of Rehabilitating Wenchuan Earthquake-stricken Area, China. Home rehabilitation is not just to build temporary refuge, but to extend the habitation and traditional culture of original inhabitants.
Jury for golf’s tower competition
Ming Tang is serving as the jury for the international competition “golf’s tower” apartment building. ESPARQ. Sponsored by Arquitectum.
Chichen Itza publication
As the first place winner of Chichen Itza competition, Ming Tang and Dihua Yang's project is published in the Arquitectum book: Landscape competition, Chichen Itza 2008, Lodge Museum, Yucatan, Mexico. An online version is available.
New Tang Yang Architects website
Tang Yang Architects website has been redesigned and the new version is launched at TYarchitect.com today.