DGT. Dorell.Ghotmeh.Tane / Architects is an international partnership founded in 2006 in Paris and practicing Architecture, Urbanism and Design in the broadest sense of these disciplines: a research driven process, a spatial archeology, generating cutting edge yet extremely sensitive projects be it an architectural intervention, a dance scenography or an art installation.
The practice is lead by three architects: Dan Dorell, Lina Ghotmeh and Tsuyoshi Tane and collaborates with a multicultural team of more than 15 architects and professionals of interdisciplinary fields.
The partnership gained an international reputation through its design of the Estonian National Museum and through a series of cutting edge yet phenomenally sensitive projects. DGT is today one of the leading practices of architects. It has been widely published and has won several awards among which the NAJAP 2007-08’ – French Ministry of Culture Architecture 2008 Prize, The Ressegna Lombarda di Architettura 2008 Prize in Italy and was selected as one of the «10 for 2010 Visionary Architects for a new decade» by the European Architects Review.
– Memory feild – EE01_Estonia national museum, Tartu, Estonia – 2016
– A House for Oiso, Oiso, Japan – 2015
– The Bump – Renault Salon de l’automobile, Paris, France – 2015
– Light is time – Citizen In Milano Salone, Milan, Italy – 2014
– Luce Tempo Luogo – Toshiba Milano Salone, Milan, Italy – 2011
Work in progress:
– Ré-Alimenter Masséna, Paris, France
– Stone Gardens, Beirut, Lebanon
Project selected for Archmarathon: A house for Oiso