2 edition of Japan"s new architecture. found in the catalog.
Japan"s new architecture.
Japanese and English.
|Statement||Edited by Shinji Koike, in collaboration with Ryuichi Hamaguchi.|
|LC Classifications||NA1555 K6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||141|
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The project is due for.The early period, also referred to as the 'new golden age of Japanese architecture', saw a spectacular overproduction of unusual buildings and urban complexes in Japan's major cities; while the period that followed, around the mids, shows work that demonstrated a sense of modesty, restraint and 'earthly' innovation.