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Kazuo Shinohara

Author : Seng Kuan
Publisher : Lars Müller Publishers
Page : 200 pages
File Size : 54,8 Mb
Release : 2019-06
Category : Architectural criticism
ISBN : 3037785330

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Kazuo Shinohara by Seng Kuan Pdf

One of the greatest and most influential architects of Japan's postwar generation, Shinohara Kazuo (1925-2006) has remained virtually unknown outside the small community of devoted followers. As one of the leaders of architectural movement Metabolism, Shinohara achieved cult- figure stature with sublimely beautiful, purist houses that break away from Japan's postwar suburban architecture.Perhaps the most iconic of Shinohara's works, House of White (1964-66), rearranges a familiar design palette: a square plan, a pointed roof, white walls, and a symbolic heart pillar-to give the almost oceanic spaciousness through abstraction. The underlying formalism in Shinohara's architecture-its basic explorations of geometry and color-lends his work a poetic quality that fuses simplicity and surprise, the ordered and the unexpected.This volume brings together new scholarship from the foremost specialists on Shinohara and Japan's modern architecture. New perspectives and historical frameworks range from the development of the small house as a building type in postwar Japan to Shinohara's engagement with French critical theory.Hitherto unpublished archival drawings and personal travel photographs by Shinohara complement the essays. AUTHOR: Seng Kuan holds a PhD in architectural history from Harvard University and teaches at Harvard Graduate School of Design and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. SELLING POINTS: * Kazuo Shinohara (1925-2006) was a Japanese architect who developed a cult following for his purist houses. He helped develop the architectural movement, Metabolism which is characterized by pure white spaces and megastructures. One of his most well known buildings is House of White. * This book brings together new scholarship from the foremost specialists on Shinohara. * This book deals with Japanese modern architecture which is very influential around the world. * This volume includes previously unpublished archival drawings and personal travel photographs of Shinohara.


Author : Enric Massip i Bosch,Kazuo Shinohara
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 46,5 Mb
Release : 2011
Category : Architects
ISBN : 8425224144

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Houses by Enric Massip i Bosch,Kazuo Shinohara Pdf

Kazuo Shinohara (1925-2006) has proved to be the most influential architect of his generation in shaping contemporary Japanese architecture. His influence stretches from Toyo Ito, Itsuko Hasegawa and Kazunari Sakamoto, via Kazuyo Sejima, to the many excellent young studios working today.

Street with human shadows

Author : Kazuo Shinohara
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 204 pages
File Size : 54,5 Mb
Release : 2006
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 4901387626

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Place, Time, and Being in Japanese Architecture

Author : Kevin Nute
Publisher : Psychology Press
Page : 170 pages
File Size : 52,7 Mb
Release : 2004
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 0419240101

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Place, Time, and Being in Japanese Architecture by Kevin Nute Pdf

"In addition to highlighting the human benefits of built environments which relate to particular place, time and being, many of the Japanese buildings examined illustrate practical strategies for revealing these universal parameters which are equally applicable beyond Japan. It is suggested that wider use of some of these approaches could not only help to sustain both environmental and cultural identities against the homogenising effects of globalisation, but also has the potential to heighten our appreciation of the peculiar condition of being here now."--Jacket.

Between Land and Sea

Author : Kiyonori Kikutake
Publisher : Lars Müller Publishers
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 49,7 Mb
Release : 2016
ISBN : 3037784326

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Kenzo Tange

Author : Seng Kuan,Yukio Lippit
Publisher : Lars Muller Publishers
Page : 191 pages
File Size : 53,9 Mb
Release : 2012
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 3037783109

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Kenzo Tange by Seng Kuan,Yukio Lippit Pdf

Kenzo Tange (1913-2005) is a peerless figure among twentieth-century Japanese architects, unmatched in his talent, influence, and versatility. A leading force of the Metabolist movement, he was the first non-Western architect whose works would be embraced as universal in value. This unique assemblage of new scholarship by an international team of experts reframes Tange according to the contingencies of Japanese modernism as well as contemporary discourses of cultural identity, technology, urbanization, and the synthesis of the arts. Case studies on celebrated works-Hiroshima, Tokyo Bay Plan, and Yoyogi Stadiums-clarify Tange's wide-ranging interests and design methodology. Illustrated with archival drawings and period photographs, this volume provides fresh and compelling perspectives on the practices, discourses, and production contexts of Tange's work as well as the architecture and urbanism of postwar Japan. Kenzo Tange-Architecture for the World represents the most serious and comprehensive reassessment of Tange in the English language in decades.

Kazuo Shinohara

Author : David Stewart,Kazuo Shinohara,Tomio Ōhashi
Publisher : Axel Menges
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 48,7 Mb
Release : 1995
Category : Architects
ISBN : 3930698277

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Kazuo Shinohara by David Stewart,Kazuo Shinohara,Tomio Ōhashi Pdf

Shinohara, arguably Japan's most original architect, was born in 1925 and comes from a mathematical background. He was trained at Tokyo Institute of Technology, the national polytechnic university (resembling ETH in Zurich); he also taught in the Department of Engineering for some thirty years. One of the substantial figures of late twentieth-century design, he possesses the sensibility of both a Voysey and a Lautreamont. Well known for his residential work, Shinohara has more recently turned his hand to larger buildings, notably the Centennial Hall of Tokyo Institute of Technology, which serves as a club and meeting facility for the alumni and faculty. A work of imposing appearance, Centennial Hall has nonetheless mystified many Japanese observers, who see in it a giant robotic figure towering over the urban landscape. While notions of technology are certainly implied in the design -- the structure could not have been calculated without a computerized matrix of 3180 simultaneous equations-- nothing was farther from the architect's intention than a simple High-Tech emblem, or popular icon.On the contrary, this book portrays Centennial Hall as the culmination of three successive architectural concepts or styles, the product of Shinohara's career as a teacher and hands-on designer during the course of Japan's unbelievably rapid postwar growth. Thus Centennial Hall looks toward what Shinohara speaks of as a fourth space -- with reference to both the F 14 A Tomcat fighter plane and the Apollo 11 moon-landing craft. But just as this work was not intended to evoke comic-book style robots, neither does it seek to embody American-style technology for its own sake.

The Japanese House

Author : Pippo Ciorra,Florence Ostende
Publisher : Marsilio
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 48,6 Mb
Release : 2017
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 8831725769

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The Japanese House by Pippo Ciorra,Florence Ostende Pdf

"Published on the occasion of the exhibition 'The Japanese House: architecture & life after 1945,' this catalogue contains a vast selection of photographs, drawings, projects and analyses offering a comprehensive overview of Japanese residential architecture from the post-war period to the present day. 13 thematic sections present different aspects of the research, documenting the work of archistars such as Toyo Ito, Kazuyo Sejima and Kenso Tange, the contributions of architects less well known outside Japan and the experimentation of the younger generations. In parallel, essays by the curators and by Hiuroyasu Fujiola and Kenjiro Hosaka, along with biographies of all the architects, painstakingly map the country's domestic architecture"--

The Architecture of Tokyo

Author : Hiroshi Watanabe
Publisher : Edition Axel Menges
Page : 138 pages
File Size : 41,5 Mb
Release : 2001
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 3930698935

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The Architecture of Tokyo by Hiroshi Watanabe Pdf

"Over 500 buildings are presented, from 15th-century Buddhist temples to 20th-century cultural buildings, from venerable folkhouses to works by leading contemporary architects of Japan such as Kenzo Tange, Fumihiko Maki, Arata Isozaki, Hiroshi Hara, Toyo Ito and Riken Yamamoto as well as by foreign architects such as Norman Foster, Peter Eisenman and Steven Holl."--BOOK JACKET.

The Songyang Story

Author : Eduard Kögel,Saskia Sassen,Remy Sietchiping,Martino Stierli,Tiantian Xu,Jun Wang
Publisher : Park Publishing (WI)
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 54,5 Mb
Release : 2020
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 3038601861

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The Songyang Story by Eduard Kögel,Saskia Sassen,Remy Sietchiping,Martino Stierli,Tiantian Xu,Jun Wang Pdf

In 2014, Xu Tiantian, founder ofBeijing-based studio Design and Architecture (DnA) began to work inSongyang County, in China's Zhejiang Province. Her exemplary holisticplanning concept of Architectural Acupuncture, which has gained thesupport of local administrative and political leadership, aims atrevitalising rural areas and comprises the renovation of productionplants and of tourist and technical infrastructure as well as thecreation of venues for culture and education and of social housing. Eachof Xu's small-scale interventions at local level is unique, only thesmall budget is common to all of them. Moreover, they are allinter-related with each other and in their entirety serve the broadergoal of mutual enhancement. This book introduces Xu's concept ofArchitectural Acupuncture and discusses the influence of architecture oncultural self-understanding and economic renewal in 21st-century ruralChina. It features some 20 new buildings and conversions of existingstructures with diverse functions. Published alongside are essays byinternational economists, sociologists, and curators as well as by thesecretary of the Songyang County Party Committee, examining the social,political, and economic implications of sustainable planning andcollective action in the Chinese province.

Kazuo Shinohara

Author : Kazuo Shinohara,Irmtraud Schaarschmidt-Richter
Publisher : Ernst & Sohn
Page : 152 pages
File Size : 42,9 Mb
Release : 1994
Category : Architecture
ISBN : UOM:39015034207822

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Kazuo Shinohara by Kazuo Shinohara,Irmtraud Schaarschmidt-Richter Pdf

Kazuo Shinohara gehört zu den führenden Architekten Japans. Seit er in den fünfziger Jahren mit seinen Arbeiten begann, sind mehr als dreißig Wohnbauten entstanden. In neuerer Zeit hat er sich auch dem Bau von Museen und anderen öffentlichen Bauten zugewandt. Seine frühen Arbeiten zeigen sich der japanischen Tradition verbunden. Das wird besonders in der Raumkonzeption und in der Integration symbolischer Elemente deutlich, wie beispielsweise der freistehenden Säule des House in White in Tokio, 1966. Während der siebziger Jahre versucht er, sich zunehmend von den hergebrachten japanischen Bauformen zu lösen. Kreis, Quadrat und Rechteck, beliebig kombiniert, beherrschen jetzt den Charakter seiner Gebäude. Maschine, Anarchie, Chaos und Vitalität werden zu den zentralen Begriffen seiner Theorie. Die Maschine stellt für ihn ein physikalisches System dar, in welchem Gegenstände auf sachliche Weise miteinander verbunden sind, so wie bei der Gedächtnishalle der Technischen Universität in Tokio, die mit einem aufgesteckten Halbzylinder im Inneren, Stützen aus Stahl und diagonal geteilten Wandflächen einer Riesenmaschine oder einem phantastischen Raumschiff gleicht. Willkürlich und scheinbar unlogisch sind die einzelnen Elemente miteinander kombiniert, so daß sie visuell mit dem Chaos, der Anarchie und der Vitalität der Stadt korrespondieren, der sich das Bauwerk mit seiner Hauptfront zuwendet und in deren Planlosigkeit es untertaucht.


Author : Tibor Joanelly
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 160 pages
File Size : 45,9 Mb
Release : 2020-10
Category : Electronic
ISBN : 3952501476

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Author : Motoyuki Shitamichi
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 128 pages
File Size : 55,6 Mb
Release : 2019
Category : Art, Japanese
ISBN : 4908526273

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Cosmo-eggs by Motoyuki Shitamichi Pdf

Presented at the Japan Pavilion as part of the 2019 Venice Biennale. Cooperation is a vital element of the exhibition, which forms a collective effort to explore new meanings and possible forms of co-existence between diverse beings. Further, it examines the potential of unknown ideas and experiments that are created through artists? mutual inspirations. Designed by Yoshihisa Tanaka, the book collects the writings and visual notes by the four participants (artist Motoyuki Shitamichi, composer Taro Yasuno, anthropologist Toshiaki Ishikura, and architect Fuminori Nousaku) as well as curator Hiroyuki Hattori. 00Exhibition: Japan Pavilion, 58th Biennale, Venice, Italy (11.05.-14.11.2019).

Kazuo Shinohara

Author : Anthony G. White
Publisher : Unknown
Page : 16 pages
File Size : 54,6 Mb
Release : 1990
Category : Architecture
ISBN : IND:30000001225949

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Allure of the Incomplete, Imperfect, and Impermanent

Author : Rumiko Handa
Publisher : Routledge
Page : 239 pages
File Size : 51,8 Mb
Release : 2014-12-17
Category : Architecture
ISBN : 9781317563303

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Allure of the Incomplete, Imperfect, and Impermanent by Rumiko Handa Pdf

Architects have long operated based on the assumption that a building is 'complete' once construction has finished. Striving to create a perfect building, they wish for it to stay in its original state indefinitely, viewing any subsequent alterations as unintended effects or the results of degeneration. The ideal is for a piece of architecture to remain permanently perfect and complete. This contrasts sharply with reality where changes take place as people move in, requirements change, events happen, and building materials are subject to wear and tear. Rumiko Handa argues it is time to correct this imbalance. Using examples ranging from the Roman Coliseum to Japanese tea rooms, she draws attention to an area that is usually ignored: the allure of incomplete, imperfect and impermanent architecture. By focusing on what happens to buildings after they are ‘complete’, she shows that the ‘afterlife’ is in fact the very ‘life’ of a building. However, the book goes beyond theoretical debate. Addressing professionals as well as architecture students and educators, it persuades architects of the necessity to anticipate possible future changes and to incorporate these into their original designs.