Review: Beyond the Bubble: The new Japanese architecture, by Botond Bognar

Beyond the Bubble: The new Japanese architecture, by Botond Bognar

Botond Bognar's book attempts to explain why Japanese architecture is unique - not only in terms of the buildings' spatial qualities but also their use of materials – and how it has arrived at its current status. This overview of Japanese architecture offers a good starting point for novices.

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