Fujimori Terunobu Architecture
Defying accepted norms and borrowing influences and materials from folk and craft traditions, Fujimori's architecture is perhaps exemplified by his modest and poetic teahouse, supported by tree trunks, which creates a perch from which he can view the surrounding landscape. Illustrated throughout with photographs, plans and details, this solid production provides a comprehensive survey of the work of this intriguing architect to date.
392 p, Illustrations colour & BW, 20 x 26 cm, Hardback, Japanese and English texts
Printed in Japan