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図書
彰国社編
出版情報: 東京 : 彰国社, 1975  139p ; 29cm
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東工大
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図書
東工大
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David B. Stewart
出版情報: Tokyo ; New York : Kodansha International, 1987  304 p. ; 31 cm
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Preface 9
Acknowledgments 11
1 The Victorian Foundations of Meiji Architecture 13
   A Necessary Restoration 13
   New Towns and Foreign Buildings Types 15
   Enter the Sulveyor 17
   With Brick and Stone under Imperial Contract 18
   Native Assimilation of Western Techniques and Styles 22
   Some Speculation about Giyofu Motifs 27
   Systematization and Rationalization 31
2 Tokyo and the "Problem" of Styles 33
   Competing Influences and the College of Engineering 33
   Japanese Exposure to the Queen Anne Revival 37
   Proposals for a Japanese Whitehall 38
   The Rest of the City 41
   The German Neo-Renaisance Episode 43
   Kingo Tatsuno, Architect to the Nation 48
   Tokuma Katayama, Architect to the Crown 55
3 F.L.W.: Japan as a "Means to an End" 63
   The Birth of Modernism 63
   "Japanism" as an Aspect of Historicism 64
   The Notion of Architectural "Truth" 65
   The Sistine Chapel and the Phoenix Hall 69
   The Japanese Print 74
4 Rebuilding the Imperial in the 1920s: Japan Gained 77
   The Legend 77
   What the Building Really Was 79
   How Wright Conceived the Second Imperial 81
   The Role of Japan 83
5 Tokyo and the Beginnings of "Modernism" 90
   Antithesis 90
   Tokyo in the First Quarter of the Twentieth Century 90
   Notions Bearing on Style 91
   Conflict between Structure and Expression 92
   Expressionist Trends in Public Building 96
   An Early Modern Residence 101
6 Rationalism and Lifestyle: The Thirties through the End of the War 107
   Nationalism and the Quest for Japanese Taste 107
   Unbuilt Manchukuo: A Lost "Opportunity" 110
   Artistic Rehabilitation of Traditional Taste 111
   A Style for the Times: P.O. Buildings and Schools 113
   Kikuji Ishimoto's German Connection 118
   The Joint-Style Modern Japanese Residence 124
   High Modern Climax: Antonin Raymond's Residential Styles 129
   The Diffusion of High Modernism in a Native Climate 142
   Group Housing and Other Social Aspects of Showa Architecture 146
   Kunio Maekawa 152
   Three German-Trained Architects in Bitter Times 159
7 Ins and Outs of Postwar Urban Rhetoric 164
   Internationalism: Sun and Shadow 164
   The Beginnings of Tange's Career 170
   Japan and CIAM: Hiroshima 172
   Otterlo, MIT, and Metabolism 177
   "The West's Favorite Japanese Architect" 182
   Fate of a "Grand" Design: Tokyo 184
8 A New Dialogue with Tradition 186
   Town and Country 186
   Le Corbusier's Parentage of the Japan Style 189
   The Next Step 190
   Home Front 192
   Third-Man Theme 197
   Abstraction with Traditional Forms 202
   Doubts about Nation and Style 205
   Le Corbusier in Tokyo 206
   "Japanese Space" 210
   Frontality or "Revolution" 213
   Shell Game and Recourse to Wit 215
9 Technology, Metaphor, and the Resurgence of Japanese Space 219
   To Build or Destroy 219
   Isozaki in kyushu: Semiotics Replaces Semantics 223
   A New Kind of Space... 228
   ...And Its Politics 229
   Reflections and Transparencies 230
   Architecture as Metalanguage 231
   Returning to a "Space of Darkness" 233
   Implications for the City 234
   New Values in Everday Things 235
10 The Present: Between MAniera and Sachlichkeit 237
   F.L. Wright and the Ungraspable Tao 237
   Seven Operations of Manner (Signed Isozaki) 239
   Chessboards and Mandalas 240
   "Hard" and "Soft" and the Formalist Literary Device 242
   Semiotics and Neo-Formalism 244
   Two Incomparables: Points in Common 244
   A Different Time and Place 246
   Maniera and the Cube 248
   Rhetoric of the Cylinder 256
   An Aqueous Metaphor 261
   Squaring the Circle at Kamioka 265
   Space-Time in Japan: Paris/New York 267
   Shinohara and the "Second Style" 268
   "Third Style" and Gap 269
   Sachlichkeit Alive and Well in Uehara 277
Notes and References 282
Additional Sources and Further Reading 290
List of Illustrations 293
Photographic Credits 297
Index 298
Preface 9
Acknowledgments 11
1 The Victorian Foundations of Meiji Architecture 13
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