Shinkenchiku 2005:11 Special Issue

Shinkenchiku 2005:11 Special Issue

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Japanese / 404 Pages / 221 x 297 mm / 1590 g

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Spanning from the Asuka Period to the 21st Century, this special Shinkenchiku re-issue is a visual history depicting Japanese architecture from the perspective of “space.” Focusing on photography as a communicative medium, this book allows readers to draw relationships between 100 architectural projects and the eras that produced them.

It is often said that architecture does not “grow on its own,” and that it reflects human will and varying combinations of the cultural, political, economic—and that which is simply personal. It is also true that architectural expressions in space, the result of all this human activity and its underlying values, are not something that can neatly be confined to a particular age.

With this in mind, we present this accumulation of Japanese spatial expressions to encourage the creation of new histories for us to contemplate. Beyond being visually provocative, this special book also contains a chronological catalogue of technical drawings to supplement any investigations.

This Shinkenchiku November 2005 Special Issue includes:

Ancient, 592-1180 C.E.
Horyuji Temple
Shin-Yakushi-ji
Jōruri-ji
Sanbutsuji
Kozoji Amida Hall

Middle Ages, 1180-1543
Jōdo-ji
Nandaimon Gate of Tōdaiji
Chojuji main hall
Saimyoji
Shingukumano Shrine
Hokaiji Temple Amidado
Itsukushima Shrine
Eiho Ji
Ryuginan
Shofukuji Jizodo
Kibitsu Shrine
Ginkaku-ji

The Early Modern Period, 1543-1853
Tai-an
Mii-dera
Kojo-in Kyakuden
Kuri
Osakihachimangu Honden
Rinshunkaku
Nijo Castle
Hiunkaku
Nishi Honganji
Enryakuji
Yokohama Sankeien Garden
Manshu-in
Katsura Imperial Villa
Jikoin
Egawa House (Residence)
Shizutani School
Great Buddha Hall (Daibutsu-den), Todaiji
Ōminesan-ji 
Former Okuni House
Okayama Korakuen Ryuten
Kikugetsutei
Sumiya
Sazaedo Temple
Kohoan Temple
Watanabe Kejuku
Dewa Sanzan Shrine Sanjin Gosaiden
Kanzo Yashiki
Konpira Grand Theatre
Iwanesawasanzan Shrine

Modern, 1853-1945
Former Sakura House
Hōzan-ji
Kyukazama Jyutaku Heishindou
Former Martial Arts Hall
Yoshijima Heritage House
Kokeiso Entrance
Takamatsujyo
Shinjuku Sumitomo Building
Chōchikukyo
Okura Institute for the Study of Spiritual Culture
Karuizawa Summer House
Ryokan Sake Brewery Second Factory (Yuzawa City)
Hinata Townhouse, “Atami of the House”
Ōmi-jingū Shrine

Contemporary, 1945-2005
Kanagawa Prefectural Museum of Modern Art
Associate Prof. Saito's House
A House of Mr. H with a Core
Minamidai House (Junzo Yoshimura House) 
Yawatahama City Hiji Elementary School
Kagawa Prefectural Office
Sky House (Kikutake Kiyonori House)
Hotel Okura Main Lobby
Nihon Life Hibiya Building (Nissei Theater) 
National Indoor Stadium
University Seminar House
Former Chiyoda Life Headquarters Building
White House 
Tower House (Higashi Takamitsu House) 
Kakuhaku Rin (Keiichi Shirai House) 
KIH7004
Nakagin Capsule Tower
Doctor Kaishin House
Kitakyushu City Central Library
Phantom Hall 
Uehara House
Nakano Honmachi House
Koshino House
Hirosaki City Crematorium
SPIRAL
Bar of Lomov
Sea Museum
Toyota City Museum
Weekend House
Sendai Mediatheque
Yokohama International Passenger Terminal
21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art Kanazawa