A supplement booklet to the magazine, this compact edition offers overviews of ten additional works by five remarkable Japanese teams not yet widely known outside the Japanese cultural environment. In hopes of approaching mutual cultural understanding through the lens of architecture, it tackles contrasts apparent in, for instance, the handling of traditional materials, layout of interior spaces, or the social functionality of these spaces. Through twenty assorted projects, Shinishi Ogawa, Atelier Bow-Wow, D.I.G. Architects, Ikimono Architects and Katsutoshi Sasaki are each profiled and investigated. With an introduction by José Manuel Pedreirinho.