Togo Murano: Master Architect of Japan

By: Bognar, Botond

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As New copy, bought New and unread. In FINE two-coloured blue and black cloth-bound boards with deep pinky-red titling to the front cover and to the spine. In the original publisher's pictorial dustjacket. The dust-jacket has a couple of small neatly 'closed' tears - from storage only - (carefully repaired with archive tape to the reverse) but the d/j is now in a new protective clear - removable - bookfilm plastic cover and this is not noticable. The d/j looks FINE. Internally Unread. NO Inscriptions or Marks. Demy 4to, 160pp, b/w & colour Illustrations throughout, mainly photographic. An 'As New' Hard Cover. During his six-and-a-half decade career, architect Togo Murano attained legendary status in his native Japan, where his work is considered among the most outstanding and influential of the twentieth century. He was recognised as a master of the modern interpretation of the Sukiya style. This monograph presents 27 of his 300 projects. They include the World Peace Memorial Cathedral, Hiroshima, Yokohama City Hall and the restored Akasaka Palace, Tokyo. Gift Quality. See Images. ; 4to 10.5" - 13" tall

Title: Togo Murano: Master Architect of Japan

Author Name: Bognar, Botond

Categories: Illustrated, Biography. Essays. Letters. Diaries, Architecture. Art. Crafts, India/Burma/Asia, Building. Construction,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: New York, Rizzoli International Publications, Inc. ,: 1996

ISBN Number: 084781887X

ISBN Number 13: 9780847818877

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: As New in Near Fine dust jacket

Seller ID: 114772

Keywords: Togo Murano: Master Architect Of Japan This Monograph Presents 27 Of His 300 Projects. They Include The World Peace Memorial Cathedral, Hiroshima, Yokohama City Hall And The Restored Akasaka Palace, Tokyo. During His Six-and-a-half Decade Career, Architect Togo Murano Attained Legendary Status In His Native Japan, Where His Work Is Considered Among The Most Outstanding And Influential Of The Twentieth Century. Japanese Modern Architecture ; JAPAN He Was Recognised As A Master Of The Modern Interpretation Of The Sukiya Style