Published January 2001
by Frank Cass & Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
About the Author. Geeta K. Mehta teaches architecture and urban design at Columbia University in New York. A resident of Japan for 23 years, she is a partner in the firm of Braden and Mehta and has designed projects in USA, Japan, India, Vietnam and by: 1. The Art and Architecture of Japan book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Once slighted as mere copying from China, the arts of Ja /5(19). KAZUO HOZUMI (b. ) graduated in architecture from Tohoku University. A freelance illustrator, he has published numerous books in Japanese, including Illustrations of Cars, Horyuji Temple, The Great Buddha of Nara, and The Town of by: 2. The Art of Japanese Architecture is a wonderful journey through the history of buildings in Japan. The book traces the origins of what we see today right back to pre-historic times. It's amazing to see influences traced back hundreds and even more than 1, years. It says something about the timeless nature of Japanese design/5.
Construction, design, carpentry, and the background of Japanese architecture, from prehistory to mid-nineteenth century, are here made available within the covers of a single, compact book/5. In Traditional Japanese Architecture, author Mira Locher explores how each of these stories encompasses the particular development, construction, function and symbolism inherent in historic archite Intricate carved wood transoms and precisely woven tatami mats—each element of traditional Japanese architecture tells a story/5. Contemporary architecture by country TASCHEN's new architecture series brings a unique perspective to world architecture, highlighting architectural trends by country. Each book features 15 to 20 architects?from the firmly established to the up-and-coming?with the focus on how they have contributed to very recent architecture in the chosen nation/5. The text and drawings of this book are a part of Heino Engel's "The Japanese House: A Tradition for Contemporary Architecture" of Since they are VERY interesting and informative I wonder why not the whole book was reprinted. I would have loved to read by: 7.
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