Intercultural architecture: the philosophy of symbiosis

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American Institute of Architects Press, 1991 - Architecture - 208 pages
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INTERCULTURAL ARCHITECTURE

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Here architect Kurokawa gives us a further explication of his synthesist theory of architecture, called symbiosis. In his explanation he draws on aspects of human culture that are often lacking in ... Read full review

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Transcending Modernism
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Precursor of the Age of Symbiosis
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