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Kyoto: An Urban History of Japan's Premodern Capital

Stavros, Matthew
Kyoto was Japan's political and cultural capital for more than a millennium before the dawn of the modern era. Through a synthesis of textual, pictorial, and archeological sources, this work sheds light on Kyoto's premodern urban landscape with the aim of opening up new ways of thinking about key aspects of premodern Japanese history.
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Haikyo: The Modern Ruins of Japan

Thoms, S
Dotted over Japan from north to south, hundreds of abandoned abodes lay forgotten and left to
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Vision in China: Chinese Contemporary Architecture

Urban Environment Design (UED) Magazine
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The Lhasa House: Typology of an Endangered Species

Alexander A
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Concepts of Space in Traditional Indian Architecture

Pandya Y
An outstanding work on the understanding of traditional Indian architecture.
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Cities without Ground: A Hong Kong Guidebook

Frampton, Kenneth et.al.
An investigation of the public-private spatial relationships that embody the urban landscape seen in Hong Kong today.
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The New Heart of Hong Kong: International Commerce Centre

Lo, Rebecca
Chronicles the development of the International Commerce Centre (ICC) and how what was originally just another office building is changing the way Hong Kong residents live, work, play and perceive West Kowloon as the new central business district.
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Shanghai Regeneration: Five Paradigms

Yang, D
A detailed case-study on Shanghai, which looks into the future of a city in need of regeneration. Will be of interest to students of architecture and design, as well as those who want to know more about Shanghai.
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