Responding To Chaos: Tradition, Technology, Society and Order in Japanese Design

In Responding to Chaos, David Buck reports on the state of Japanese design as the nation stumbles into the new century. In post-war, post-boom Japan, neither the old or new ways quite work, a confusion aggravated by the collapse of Modernism as a philosophy, if not as a style. Buck ...

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