Ja 78: Redefining Collectivity

Publisher Shinkenchiku-sha

ISBN 9784786902260

Idea Code 10276

This issue of The Japan Architect is devoted to the notion of the city as an assembled multitude of elements. When considering architecture not as single buildings but as a collection of initiatives, the relationship between architecture and the city is transformed, and the need for today's architects to collectively create a better urban environment is emphasised. This trend, referred to here as 'Collective Forms', is illustrated by an examination of 14 contemporary Japanese architects, including interviews with Fumihiko Maki & Hiroshi Hara.

128 p, ills colour & bw, 22 x 30 cm, pb, Japanese/English


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Ja 78: Redefining Collectivity