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Kengo Kuma

ISBN: 9788412604498

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This special monograph features a broad compendium of the Japanese architect’s output, highlighting no less than 50 completed works, plus ten minimal designs and ten ongoing projects. In addition, an essay by Kuma entitled “Earthquakes and Nature” reflects on the role of architects and contemporary society’s reverence for nature when faced with devastating earthquakes, such as in Japan in 2011. 368 pages, ills colour & bw, 25 x 31 cm, hb, Spanish/English

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CONTENTS

  • Luis Fernández-Galiano : The Plenitude of the Void
  • Luis Fernández-Galiano : Pixelated Craftsmanship
  • Juhani Pallasmaa : Lyrical Atmospheres

Fifty Works

  • Takayanagi Community Center, 1998-2000, Takayanagi (Japan)
  • Hiroshige Museum, 1998-2000, Nakagawa (Japan)
  • Great (Bamboo) Wall, 2000-2002, Beijing (China)
  • Plastic House, 2001-2002, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Ginzan Onsen Fujiya Hotel, 2002-2006, Obanazawa (Japan)
  • Lotus House, 2003-2005, Zushi, Japan
  • Z58 Office, 2003-2006, Shanghai (China)
  • Chokkura Plaza Community Center, 2004-2006, Takanezawa (Japan)
  • Nezu Museum, 2004-2009, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Glass/Wood House, 2006-2010, New Canaan (United States)
  • Cité des Arts, 2007-2012, Besançon (France)
  • FRAC Marseilles, 2007-2013, Marseilles (France)
  • GC Prostho, 2008-2010, Kasugai (Japan)
  • Xinjin Zhi Museum, 2008-2011, Chengdu (China)
  • Yusuhara Wooden Bridge Museum, 2009-2010, Yusuhara (Japan)
  • Yusuhara Community Market, 2009-2010, Yusuhara (Japan)
  • Mesh/Earth House, 2009-2011, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Memu Meadows Experimental House, 2009-2011, Taiki (Japan)
  • Jeju Ball Villas, 2009-2012, Jeju (South Korea)
  • Asakusa Culture Tourist Information Center, 2009-2012, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Folk Art Museum, 2009-2015, Hangzhou (China)
  • Portland Japanese Garden Cultural Village, 2010-2017, Portland (United States)
  • V&A Dundee, 2010-2018, Dundee (United Kingdom)
  • Hongkou Soho Tower, 2011-2015, Shanghai (China)
  • Shipyard 1862 Renovation, 2011-2017, Shanghai (China)
  • EPFL ArtLab, 2012-2016, Lausanne (Switzerland)
  • Mont-Blanc Base Camp, 2012-2016, Les Houches (France)
  • Yangcheng Lake Tourist Transportation Center, 2012-2018, Suzhou (China)
  • Narita Rehabilitation Hospital, 2013-2017, Narita (Japan)
  • Albert Kahn Museum, 2013-2022, Boulogne-Billancourt (France)
  • Roof/Birds House, 2014-2015, Karuizawa (Japan)
  • Comico Art Museum and Houses, 2014-2017, Yufu (Japan)
  • Beijing Qianmen Office, 2015-2016, Beijing (China)
  • Japan House São Paulo, 2015-2017, São Paulo (Brazil)
  • Yusuhara Community Library, 2015-2018, Yusuhara (Japan)
  • Kadokawa Culture Museum, 2015-2020, Tokorozawa (Japan)
  • Japan National Stadium, 2016-2019, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Meiji Jingu Museum, 2016-2019, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Hisao & Hiroko Taki Plaza, 2016-2020, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Coeda House, 2017, Atami (Japan)
  • Odunpazari Modern Art Museum, 2017-2019, Eski?ehir (Turkey)
  • The Darling Exchange, 2017-2019, Sydney (Australia)
  • Morinos Academy of Forest Science and Culture, 2017-2020, Mino (Japan)
  • Taketa History and Culture Museum, 2017-2020, Taketa (Japan)
  • Grand Morillon Student House, 2017-2021, Geneva (Switzerland)
  • Hans Christian Andersen Museum, 2017-2022, Odense (Denmark)
  • Suspended Forest, 2018, Montricher (Switzerland)
  • 120×120 Forest House, 2018, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Zuishoji Temple, 2018-2019, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Snowpeak Field Suite Spa Headquarters, 2018-2022, Sanjo (Japan)

Ten Minimal Works

  • Water/Glass Villa, 1992-1995, Shizuoka (Japan)
  • Kyushu Geibunkan Annex, 2008-2012, Fukuoka (Japan)
  •  Ceramic Cloud, 2009-2010, Casalgrande (Italy)
  • Hojo-an after 800 Years, 2012, Kyoto (Japan)
  • Sunny Hills Japan, 2014, Tokyo (Japan)
  • Tsumiki Pavilion, 2018, Taichung (Taiwan)
  • Camper Passeig de Gràcia Flagship Store, 2018, Barcelona (Spain)
  • Hsinpu Tao Temple, 2018, Hsinchu (Taiwan)
  • Kithul-Ami Pavilion, 2019-2020, Bentota (Sri Lanka)
  •  New Interior for Casa Batlló, 2019-2021, Barcelona (Spain)

Ten Projects

  • 1Hotel Complex, 2017-, Paris (France)
  • Sora Congress Center, 2017-, Villiers-sur-Marne (France)
  • Water Culture House, 2018-, Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • Maritime History Museum, 2018-, Saint-Malo (France)
  • Strasbourg Exhibition Center, 2018-, Strasbourg (France)
  • Gulbenkian Foundation Extension and Gardens, 2019-, Lisbon (Portugal)
  • Henrik Ibsen Library, 2020-, Skien (Norway)
  • Bosonit Technological Center, 2020-, Logroño (Spain)
  • La Galilée de Saint-Maurice d’Angers, 2020-, Angers (France)
  • Taichung Arena, 2021-, Taichung (Taiwan)

Kengo Kuma : Earthquakes and Nature
Kengo Kuma : Short Stories and Novels

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