Guest Speaker David Tseng Architect
ゲストスピーカー デヴィッド・ツェン 建築家
台湾国家工業大学建築学科教授兼人文社会科学院学部長／ハーバード大学大学院デザイン学部で学位、建築学修士号を取得／Sustainability Task Forceの委員を務める／台湾教育省芸術・デザイン教育運営委員のメンバー／台中市と台北市の両方の市の市長に対する建設環境のコンサルタント／台中市オペラハウス（伊東豊雄）、台北演出芸術センター（レクールハルハス）、台北ポピュラー音楽センター（ライザーと梅本）、台中ゲートウェイパーク（スタンアレン）などの公的プロジェクト担当／CitiCrafts設立／台湾建築学院によってEmerging Talentとして選ばれる／第1回と第2回の台湾建築賞で最優秀賞を受賞／建築+都市主義、計画、建築と進歩的建築、対話と台湾建築などの国際雑誌に掲載／2014年、ソーラーデカスロンを獲得／2017年、シュヴァリエ・デ・ロルドール・デ・アール・デ・レットレ受領
C. David TSENG [曾 成德] is the Chair Professor at Faculty of Architecture and Dean of College of Humanities and Social Sciences, National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. He was educated at Harvard University Graduate School of Design where he received a Master of Architecture degree. Tseng served as a committee member of Sustainability Task Force and is a member of Art and Design Education Steering Committee for Ministry of Education, Taiwan. He also served as the Consultant General of the Built Environment to the Mayor for the city of both Taichung and Taipei city. The significance of his appointment has been show-cased in public projects such as Taichung Metropolitan Opera House (Toyo Ito), Taipei Performing Art Center (RemKoolhaas), Taipei Popular Music Center (Reiser and Umemoto) and Taichung Gateway Park (Stan Allen). Tseng founded CitiCrafts upon his return to Taiwan where he was selected as Emerging Talent by Taiwanese Institute of Architects. The houses he designed, Op.2/1 and House WW consecutively won top prizes in the first and second biennial Taiwan Architecture House Award. The work he involved appeared on international journals, such as Architecture+Urbanism, Plan, Architecture and Progressive Architecture, Dialogue and Taiwan Architecture. In 2014, Tseng led his National Chiao Tung University team Unicode to win Solar Decathlon Europe 2014 in Urban Design, Innovation and Energy Efficiency categories. Along with his Lab, Transdisciplinary Design Innovation Shop, Tseng join Venice Biennale 2016, representing Taiwan. These projects, Orchid House and the exhibit, showcased his commitment to sustainability and innovation and the achievement in excellence of design. In 2017, the French Government bestowed upon Tseng one of the most distinguished title, Chevalier de L'Ordre des Arts et des Lettres, for his contribution to art, architecture and culture.