Arquitectura Moderna de Japon

Vives, Javier
Publisher: Satori Ediciones
Binding: Soft cover
Language: Castellano
Pages: 304
Measurements: 17.00 x 24.00 cm

In the final stretch of the last century, international criticism discovered in the Japanese architecture of the time a host of unexpected ideas. A generation of creators was emerging in the Land of the Rising Sun who broke many of the patterns in use among their foreign colleagues. Modern Architecture of Japan is a journey through the surprising and innovative evolution of Japanese architecture from the second half of the 19th century to the present day. In his pages, Javier Vives reveals the problems faced by the pioneers who had to learn Western classical styles and analyzes the rapid assimilation of rationalist language by Japanese architects. We will also discover the buildings built during the colonial period in Korea…