Kishō Kurokawa: Museums
Kisho Kurokawa is an attentive interpreter of museum architecture who has always posed the question of how a "container" is directly related to the nature of "contents." This book traces the research and experimentation of this great Japanese master, in which technical wizardry stands alongside a scientific vision of design to create a humanistic notion of architecture.
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From the Age of the Machine to the Age of Life by Kisho Kurokawa
Nagoya City Art Museum
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