2 edition of great architecture of Japan found in the catalog.
great architecture of Japan
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: 23 pages, plates: illustrations ; 28 cm: Responsibility: photographed and described by Drahomír Illík ; introductory text by Vlasta Hilská ; [translated from the Czech by Joy Turner-Kadec̆ková]. The strength of the book is that it attempts to survey the entire world from ancient to modern times in one, not too intimidating volume.
China, Japan, Indian, Islamic, and Pre-Columbian architecture are given short chapters, although the bulk of the book is dedicated to tracing Western architecture from ancient times to shortly after World War by: COVID Resources.
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Discovering Architecture: How the World's Great Buildings Were Designed and Built by Jodidio, Philip, Dowling, Elizabeth and a great selection of related books. This fascinating architecture book provides a comprehensive perspective of traditional Japanese architecture, relating the historical development and context of buildings and the Japanese garden while examining the stories of the individual architectural elements, from foundation to by: 2.
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architecture in japan surveys the contemporary condition of the country’s built environment, showcasing a range of innovative projects and the diverse materials and unconventional forms employed.
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This was the period when Buddhism experienced its initial flowering in the country and the time when Asukadera, Kudara Odera, Kawaradera, and Yakushiji (the “Four Great Temples” as they were called in ancient texts) were built.
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Lauded as a visionary among his international contemporaries, Isozaki, Japan's most influential post-war architect, is largely credited for creating dialogue between eastern and western societies following World War II. As for roof forms used in Japanese architecture, there are several kinds such as the gabled roof, hipped roof, pyramidal roof and hipped roof with gables (irimoya).
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Each chapter within the text's chronological organization focuses on three unique architectural cultures, giving instructors the flexibility to choose which traditions are the most relevant to their courses.