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Perhaps the easiest way to make sense of the stylistic diversity of contemporary Japanese architecture is to draw a family tree. Although rigid classification is always controversial, simply identifying the inter-generational chains of mentor/ protegé relationships is a way of drawing softer outlines around the various ‘schools’: discrete branches are ...
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