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International Architecture in Interwar Japan  Constructing Kokusai Kenchiku

International Architecture in Interwar Japan Constructing Kokusai Kenchiku

International Architecture in Interwar Japan Constructing Kokusai Kenchiku

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Oshima, Ken Tadashi.
University of Washington Press Seattle 2018
SKU: S01256

After World War I, architects around the world aspired to transcend national boundaries that had been devastated by conflicts. The result was a flurry of artistic creativity. In Japan, young architects strove to create an "international architecture," or kokusai kenchiku, an expression of increasing international travel and communication, growth of the mass media, and technological innovation.

 Pap.334 pp B/W Photos + Illus.

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