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Japan House.
Japan House.
A dense, double-volume compendium of homes by Japanese architects, this fascinating publication profiles more than 50 diverse residential projects by 29 architects and offices. Each example is presented through diverse, full-colour photographs and architectural drawings, plus technical data and an explanatory text. Brief biographies of the architects also accompany the projects, which represent a wide spectrum of approaches, contexts and solutions involving both the contemporary Japanese urban environment and its important socio-cultural aspects. Featured architects include Shuhei Endo, Eastern Design Office, Dai Nagasaka, Kazuya Morita, Kazuhiko Kishimoto and Alphaville.

Category: Architecture, Region
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 2 vols
Publisher: Equal Books.
Year: 2012
Publication Place: Seoul,
ISBN: 9788997603039
Book Id: 93604

Price: $161.00

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