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Beyond the Bubble: The New Japanese Architecture

It’s well documented that Japan replaces its building stock at an astonishing rate—the average life of a house is a mere 25 years. With that in mind, this attractive book examines modern Japanese architecture with an eye firmly focused on how the booming post-modernism of the 1980s—and its ultimate demise in the ’90s—set the stage for the more small-scale, economically minded, creative, and sustainable projects that exist today. 

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