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Wortmann, Arthur and David Keuning.
Mark: Another Architecture, Issue 40.
Lack of space, privacy and natural light define the Japanese housing scene, but a new generation of clients are not afraid to follow unconventional circumstances to combat the country's building environments. From Akihisa Hirata to Studio Velocity and ON Design, we take a look at the most stellar examples - and architectural ingenuity - of modern Japanese housing. We speak with three architects who divide their time between architecture and windsurfing the Chilean coast. Meanwhile in London, Renzo Piano's 310m high Shard is a workplace, public transit interchange and source of controversy. Mobile architecture offers an alternative way of thinking about consumption and environment for Berlin-based Magma. And since architects commonly design their own homes, we ask why some also design their own bars.

Category: Architecture, History & Theory
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 208 pp
Publisher: Mark
Year: 2012.
Publication Place: Amsterdam
ISBN: 9789077174784
Book Id: 92302

Price: $19.95
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