Japan: The New Mix : Architecture, Interiors and More

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Images Publishing, 2007 - Architecture - 263 pages
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A book featuring recent projects by architects and interior designers who have been drawing attention not only in Japan, but internationally. Masaaki Takahashi has selected 21 of Japan's top architects and designers, presenting their most recognised and latest work to demonstrate their individuality and style. Young, promising architects and designers are also featured, including a handful not born in Japan, but who have made Japan their home. Takahashi asks each designer questions about their design philosophy, with a particular emphasis on why they became designers and architects. This unique book features striking visual layouts, and information that should appeal to anyone with an interest in the fusion of architecture and interior design in the world today.
  

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Contents

MOUNT FUJI
8
026
26
066
67
FANTASTIC
78
cafe
86
108
108
Wonderwall
120
150
150
Hitoshi
162
194
194
Shuhei Endo
202
Project Data
259
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About the author (2007)

Masaaki Takahashi was educated in Tokyo, Berlin, London and New York where he studied literature, fine art and interior design. He is now an independent writer and editor, based in Tokyo. Takahashi writes on design, architecture and culture for Japanese and European publications. These include "Architectural Design, Blueprint, Design Report, FRAME, Shoten-Kenchiku" and "I'm Home,

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