Waro Kishi - Time Will Tell
This publication traces Waro Kishi’s architectural trajectories through time, from thinking to practice to education, as his architecture ultimately serves as a frame and stage for the dynamic worlds of nature and human experience, ever-changing as past, present, and future continually intersect. Its chapters are distributed among the broad topics which Kishi addresses in his work – place, time, living, landscape – while featuring standout projects such as KIT House, Katsura Library at Kyoto University, KIM House, Yunoka Bridge, Kyoto-Kagaku Research Institute, and more. A thoughtful essay by Ken Tadashi Oshima examines the arc of Kishi’s architectural practice over time.
|408 p, ills bw, 25 x 25 cm, hb, Korean/English|