Tokyo : Graphic Sha, 2007.
207 p. : fot.
Ed. bilingüe inglés-japonés
Arquitectura interior - Japón.
Decoración interior - Japón.
Biblioteca Sbc Aprendizaje A-747 WAK
Of the 100 works collected here, seventy were chosen from entries submitted by the public, thirty are from invited architects. Each project succeeds in synthesizing traditional Japanese building with the surrounding natural environment and infusing it with a modern sensibility.
The results are magnificent. The Chingasaki Theatre in Japan incorporates reflecting aluminum panels in its traditional performing arts center; a contemporary mobile tea house is home to the ancient tea ceremony in a room composed of thin plastic strips, creating a strangely tranquil environment, and a sushi bar set in a thriving urban metropolis feels as if it were in the placid countryside.