Roesling Nakamura Architects: Objectives in Practice
The Roesling Nakamura studio can be credited with constructions of all typologies in which the studio has always sought to organize spaces, thouroughfares and structures in such a way as to facilitate their use as much as possible.
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Preface by Ralph Roesling Kotaro Nakamura Mun Ying Kung Chikako Terada Hart
Introduction by Minoru Takeyama
The Work of Roesling Nakamura Architects by Bob Condia
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