JAPANESE ARCHITECTURE: A Short History
Initially an invaluable study of Japanese architecture, this history remains a lucid and uncomplicated introduction to this important aspect of Japanese culture. Features a new introduction by contemporary architect and author Mira Locher. Illus.
Size: 8¼x8 inches
Item #: 2780658
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