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Tokyo Metabolizing.
Kitayama, Koh, Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, and Ryue Nishizawa.
Tokyo Metabolizing.
Originating from Japan in 1960, and now influential globally, the Metabolist movement proposed that cities can be metabolized, like machines - growing wildly, and shedding their functional components. Produced in accompaniment to the Japan pavilion at the 2010 Venice Biennale, Tokyo Metabolizing presents an analysis of the city's architectural development from a Metabolist perspective, mainly through the work and writings of Yoshiharu Tsukamoto and Ryue Nishizawa, both at the cutting edge of contemporary Japanese architecture. Japanese/English

Category: Architecture, Region
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 144 pp
Publisher: Toto.
Year: 2010
Publication Place: Tokyo
ISBN: 9784887063129
Book Id: 87285

Price: $34.50
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