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The Japan Architect

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ISBN : UCSD:31822034386581
Genre : Architecture
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New Japan Architecture

Author : Geeta Mehta
ISBN : 4805309482
Genre : Architecture
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The global changes taking place in the architectural world are crystallizing right now in Japan, with the past five years being considered one of the most innovative periods in current Japanese design history. Observed by architects and designers from around the world, these changes are illustrated and articulated in New Japan Architecture. By documenting 48 important projects by 42 established and avant-garde architects, this book takes the reader through a journey of current trends in contemporary Japanese architecture and predicts future directions. While some buildings strive for the ultimate Zen white cube, others exemplify the search for the 'Wow' factor. Cutting edge modernity in some buildings is countered by a concern for sustainability in others. The selection of buildings in New Japan Architecture includes projects that are big and small, private and public, residential and commercial. The informative writings complement beautiful photographs that highlight the remarkable aspects of each building. A must-have book for those interested in architecture and Japan.

The Japan Architect 1997 1

Author : Shinʼichi Okada
ISBN : UVA:X006050138
Genre : Architecture
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Space In Detail Vi

Author : Shinkenchikusha
ISBN : UVA:X030151355
Genre : Architecture
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Ja The Japan Architect English Edition

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ISBN : 4786901431
Genre : Architecture
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Japan

Author : Christian Schittich
ISBN : UOM:39015056819439
Genre : Architecture
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Japan is becoming a popular travel destination for more and more architects. This book looks at developments in Japanese architecture and offers portraits of well-known Japanese architects and buildings.

Itsuko Hasegawa

Author : Stephen Dobney
ISBN : 1875498559
Genre : Architecture
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This monograph charts the evolution of Hasegawa's design process from her largely formal work of the late 1970s and early 80s to a more social architecture in recent years. This evolution has allowed her to explore not only the problems of form, as in he

Architecture And Authority In Japan

Author : William H. Coaldrake
ISBN : 9781134845293
Genre : ARCHITECTURE
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First published in 1996. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

The Japan Architect Nr 63 2006 Tokyo 2050 Fibercity

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Architecture And Identity

Author : Peter Herrle
ISBN : 9783825810887
Genre : Architecture
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This book brings together complex fields of knowledge and globally splintered discourses on a subject that is experienced not only by scholars, but in the everyday lives of people around the world. There is a common complaint about the loss of identity which, to a substantial degree, is being associated with the built environment in cities and specifically with their architecture. "Architecture and Identity" takes a global, multidisciplinary look on how identities in contemporary architecture are constructed. The general hypothesis underlying this book is that in a globalized world identity in architecture cannot be easily derived from distinct indigenous patterns. The book presents forty contributions from various disciplines aiming to destroy the myth of an inheritable or otherwise prefabricated identity. Some authors dismantle constructs of identity that have long been considered as "solid" and unbreakable while others meticulously unravel the "construction" process of identities in

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