The Inner Harmony Of The Japanese House

by Atsushi Ueda

The Inner Harmony Of The Japanese House

  • ISBN-13: 9784770023537
  • Author(s): Atsushi Ueda
  • Subject: Residential buildings, domestic buildings
  • Publisher: Kodansha Europe Head Office
  • Imprint: Kodansha USA
  • Publication Date: 01-10-1998
  • Format: p/b

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Leading architectural theorist Atsushi Ueda reveals the history and development of Japanese form and space for dwellings and establishes why its inimitable means of adaptation to natural light is considered to be so influential. With the possible exception of the woodblock print, no other aspect of Japanese culture has been so widely embraced outside Japan as the traditional Japanese home. Interior decorators, architects, and homeowners from the West have been borrowing from Japanese architecture since Frank Lloyd Wright, yet the fundamentals of the Japanese abode
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Leading architectural theorist Atsushi Ueda reveals the history and development of Japanese form and space for dwellings and establishes why its inimitable means of adaptation to natural light is considered to be so influential. With the possible exception of the woodblock print, no other aspect of Japanese culture has been so widely embraced outside Japan as the traditional Japanese home. Interior decorators, architects, and homeowners from the West have been borrowing from Japanese architecture since Frank Lloyd Wright, yet the fundamentals of the Japanese abode