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Jutaku

Jutaku

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"Jutaku: Japanese Houses" offers a vivid, rapid-fire showcase of over 500 unique Japanese homes, highlighting the country's dynamic shift towards innovative residential architecture. This essential read, featuring luminaries like Shigeru Ban and Sou Fujimoto, takes readers on a geographical journey through Japan's architectural evolution, contrasting its ancient heritage with contemporary design marvels.

Hardback
512 pages
184 × 124mm Diameter

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Naomi Pollock, an American architect based in Tokyo, is renowned for her insightful coverage of Japanese design. Her writings, which span a variety of prestigious publications like A+U, Dwell, Jutakutokushu, Wallpaper*, and Architectural Record, where she serves as the Special International Correspondent, showcase her deep understanding of architectural trends. Pollock is also an accomplished author, with titles including "Modern Japanese House" and "Hitoshi Abe" under Phaidon Press, as well as "Made in Japan: 100 New Products." She has additionally contributed as a co-author to "New Architecture in Japan," further solidifying her status as an expert in the field.

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