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[BOOKS] ✭ Japan ness in Architecture Author Arata Isozaki – Cutabovebarberagency.co.uk One of Japan's leading architects examines notions of Japan ness as exemplified by key events in Japanese architectural history from the seventh to the twentieth century; essays on buildings and theirBOOKS Japan ness in Architecture Author Arata Isozaki Cutabovebarberagencycouk One of Japan's leading architects examines notions of Japan ness as exemplified by key events in Japanese architectural history from the seventh to the twentieth century; essays on buildings and their One of Japan's leading architects examines notions of Japan ness as exemplified by key events in Japanese architectural history from the seventh to the twentieth century; essays on buildings and their cultural context Japanese architect Arata Isozaki sees buildings not as dead objects but as events that encompass the social and historical context not to be Japan ness MOBI defined forever by their everlasting materiality but as texts to be interpr

Eted and reread continually In Japan ness in Architecture he identifies what is essentially Japanese in architecture from the seventh to the twentieth century In the opening essay Isozaki analyses the struggles of modern Japanese architects including himself to create something uniuely Japanese out of modernity He then circles back in history to find what he calls Japan ness in the seventh century Ise shrine the twelfth century Todai ji Temple and its sixteenth century reconstruction and the seventeenth century Katsura Imperial Villa the West's concept of architectural permanence and in the repetition of the ritual an alternative to modernity's anxious uest for origins He traces the constructive power of the Todai ji Temple to the vision of the director of its reconstructi

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