AMAG 26: Tomoaki Uno
|out of print
Tomoaki Uno founded his practice in Nagoya in 1990 and has since gained a reputation for great attention for detail, accuracy, and pureness of form. This approach is reflected both technically and emotionally in the twelve works featured in this issue, which offers an intimate and close reading of the Japanese architect’s approach to design. Among these are Haguro House, Kikko House, Shigo Atelier, and Shironishi House. Essays by Ana Leal and José Manuel Pedreirinho lend additional insight.
|208 p, ills colour & bw, 24 x 32 cm, pb, Portuguese/Japanese/English