The Tectonics of Japanese Style Architect and Carpenter in the Late Meiji Period

@article{Wendelken1996TheTO,
  title={The Tectonics of Japanese Style Architect and Carpenter in the Late Meiji Period},
  author={Cherie Wendelken},
  journal={Art Journal},
  year={1996},
  volume={55},
  pages={28-37}
}
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 on late nineteenthand early twentieth-century architecture has tended to emphasize two important concerns: first, the genesis of a newly imported Western architectural profession and its developmental progress on Japanese soil; and second, the transformative effects of this new profession that involved… Expand
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