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Waro Kishi

This is the first book to provide an overview of Kyoto, Japan based architect Waro Kishi's career. Made primarily of glass and steel Kishi's building are considered by some to be more delicate and subtle, and overall his designs are less driven by iconic forms.

Architecture-Page | Waro Kishi by Masao Furuyama

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Based in Kyoto, Japan, Waro Kishi (b. 1950) belongs to the generation of Japanese architects that emerged after Tadao Ando.

Although he has acknowledged the influence of the Osaka architect, Kishi has a sensibility all his own.

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Book Details

Title
Waro Kishi
Author
Masao Furuyama
Publisher
Phaidon Press
Year
2005
ISBN
1904313388

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