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Martin Tang

Architect

Biography

Architectural designer Martin Tang made his Royal Ballet debut in the 2016/17 Season on a programme of new works by Charlotte Edmonds and Robert Binet.

Tang was born in Hong Kong and currently practices in London. He teaches a design unit at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London, where he attained a master’s degree with Distinction. He has worked for award-winning practices in London, gaining experience across different fields and scales of architecture. His awards include the Royal Institute of British Architects President’s Serjeant Award.

Tang has a passion for exploring and crafting new and surprising spaces in the dense urban metropolis. His works have been exhibited around the world, including at the Royal Academy of Arts, Bin Matar House in Bahrain and Hong Kong-Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism/Architecture.

News and features

When dance meets architecture: A surprising and beautiful collaboration

When dance meets architecture: A surprising and beautiful collaboration

9 November 2016

Charlotte Edmonds and Robert Binet enlisted architects Julia Backhaus and Martin Tang to dramatize the space for their new mixed programme.

Ballet Essentials: New works by Charlotte Edmonds and Robert Binet

Ballet Essentials: New works by Charlotte Edmonds and Robert Binet

7 November 2016

Our quick introduction to this programme of new works by young choreographers who have been mentored by Wayne McGregor.