The making of a modern Japanese architecture: 1868 to the present

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Kodansha International, 1987 - Architecture - 304 pages
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Traces the development of Japanese architecture, looks at the influence of traditional styles, and discusses the interaction of technology and architecture

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Tokyo and the Problem of Styles
Japan as a Means to an End

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David B.Stewart was educated at the Universities of Pennsylvania and London, where he studied under Sir Nikolaus Pevsner. He has taught in Japan as Visiting Foreign Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology since 1975.

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