The offices of Hideo Sasaki: a corporate history
Hideo Sasaki (1919-2000) believed that large, complex problems of planning and design required teams of professionals from planning, urban design, landscape architecture and architecture, all working together. Over a period of some 30 years the story of the firm that Sasaki founded and the offices that have subsequently developed from that firm constitutes an important chapter in the history of the profession. 188893123X
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