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The Intimate Beauty of a Japanese Courtyard

Author/EditorImages Publishing Group (Author)
ISBN: 9781864708981
Pub Date01/05/2021
BindingPaperback
Pages252
Dimensions (mm)260(h) * 190(w)
This beautifully illustrated book is a collection of over 30 stunning courtyard designs, providing an inspiring insight into the importance of a courtyard in Japanese culture.
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Residences occupy a pivotal position in Japanese architecture. As an extension of the residential space, the Japanese courtyard design is unique. This beautifully illustrated book is a collection of stunning residential courtyard designs, providing an inspiring insight into the importance of a courtyard in Japanese culture. Containing more than 30 case studies and including technical drawings, the book reveals the creativity and beauty of Japanese courtyard design and shines a light on the acclaimed designers who produce these visually stunning works.

Meticulously planned and rigorously designed, the courtyards in this book will serve to inspire both residential and landscape designers. By taking the Japanese courtyard as a concept into their own designs, designers will be able to create more personal and comfortable residential spaces.

Residences occupy a pivotal position in Japanese architecture. As an extension of the residential space, the Japanese courtyard design is unique. This beautifully illustrated book is a collection of stunning residential courtyard designs, providing an inspiring insight into the importance of a courtyard in Japanese culture. Containing more than 30 case studies and including technical drawings, the book reveals the creativity and beauty of Japanese courtyard design and shines a light on the acclaimed designers who produce these visually stunning works.

Meticulously planned and rigorously designed, the courtyards in this book will serve to inspire both residential and landscape designers. By taking the Japanese courtyard as a concept into their own designs, designers will be able to create more personal and comfortable residential spaces.

Hitoshi Saruta is the founder of CUBO design architect. He graduated from the Department of Management of Yokohama National University. After working as a carpenter and construction manager for a construction company, he engaged in housing and store design at a design office in Kanagawa Prefecture.

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