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A History of Architecture: Japan - The Informal Contained

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The first five volumes in ellipsis' tiny square-format 'History of Architecture' series were described as 'a worthy attempt to make architectural history accessible and even relevant' in AJ 20.8.98. With the same fusion of text, photographs and drawings, Christopher Tadgell now supplies the ninth in the series - a highly-condensed survey of Japanese architecture (and garden design) from its origins to the end of the Edo period (1867). Contemporary work will figure in a later volume in the series.

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