The Japanese House : A tradition for contemporary architecture – Heinrich Engel

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THE COST OF THE BOOK BELOW INCLUDES SHIPPING TO EUROPE, A VERY HEAVY BOOK. FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS WHEN IT COMES TO SHIPPING MERELY CLICK COLLECT AT STORE

The author presents an in depth study of traditional Japanese architecture, including construction materials and methods, and the cultural philosophy, aesthetics, and uses that govern the architecture. “An amazingly thorough analysis and interpretation of the Japanese house and a sincere attempt to arrive thereby at certain universal architectural truths.”
Tuttle Publishing, 1964. Hard cover. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. Audience: General/trade. Very good in very good dust jacket. Near fine in a near fine jacket in mylar with slip case, see OUR OWN picture for Quality Control. NB highly sought after and this book fetches prices as high as $450

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SKU: 965 Category: Title: The Japanese House : A tradition for contemporary architecture
Author: Heinrich Engel
Publisher: Tuttle Publishing
Year: 1964
Condition: New
Format: Hardcover
Inventory No: 965

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THE COST OF THE BOOK BELOW INCLUDES SHIPPING TO EUROPE, A VERY HEAVY BOOK. FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS WHEN IT COMES TO SHIPPING MERELY CLICK COLLECT AT STORE

The author presents an in depth study of traditional Japanese architecture, including construction materials and methods, and the cultural philosophy, aesthetics, and uses that govern the architecture. “An amazingly thorough analysis and interpretation of the Japanese house and a sincere attempt to arrive thereby at certain universal architectural truths.”
Tuttle Publishing, 1964. Hard cover. Sewn binding. Cloth over boards. Audience: General/trade. Very good in very good dust jacket. Near fine in a near fine jacket in mylar with slip case, see OUR OWN picture for Quality Control. NB highly sought after and this book fetches prices as high as $450

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Weight 3 kg
Dimensions 29.5 × 22.5 × 4 cm

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