Kisho Kurokawa Architects and Associates: The Philosophy of Symbiosis from the Age of the Machine to the Age of Life
Edizioni Press, 2001 - Architecture - 199 pages
This volume presents 23 of the architect's most important projects, documenting his attempt to challenge the homogenized designs of the Machine Age and explore the concept of symbiotic architecture, which is an architecture of regionalism, open to dialogue with the rest of the world.
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