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JA 68 Yearbook 2007: The Japanese Architectural Scene in 2007

Jun Hashimoto

  • Format: Book

  • Pages: 136

  • Publisher: Japan Architect Co. Ltd

  • Date Published: Jan 2008

  • Stock Code: 64339

  • ISBN: 4910051330185

  • Binding: Paperback

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The eagerly awaited Japan Architect Yearbook presents a survey of Japanese architecture from 2007. Studies of 50 projects lie herein, including work from Jun Aoki, Ryue Nishizawa, MVRDV and Shigeru Ban, all shown with plans, technical details, photographs and descriptive text in English and Japanese. Highlights include the attractive concrete and wood Yusuhara Town Hall, Tokyo's bulbous National Art Centre (the country's largest non-permanent exhibition space), the redevelopment of Tokyo Mid Town and an array of inventive and eye-catching houses.

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