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Anxious Modernisms : Experimentation in Postwar Architectural Culture
This major anthology, edited by S.W. Goldhagen and R. Legault, focuses on the role of architectural culture in postwar society (referred to as the “age of anxiety”). It contains monographic essays byExpand
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The Tectonics of Japanese Style Architect and Carpenter in the Late Meiji Period
U tntil recently, the wooden architecture of the modern period and the role of the carpenter in the development of modern Japanese architecture 28 have not been carefully studied.' The literature onExpand
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The Tectonics of Japanese Style
Until recently, the wooden architecture of the modern period and the role of the carpenter in the development of modern Japanese architecture have not been carefully studied.1 The literature on lateExpand
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Pan-Asianism and the Pure Japanese Thing: Japanese Identity and Architecture in the Late 1930s
The formation of the architectural profession in Japan in the late nineteenth century was based on a repertoire of foreign skills, technologies, and representational conventions. The rejection orExpand
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