While observing Japanese architecture one of the most significant filters we can use is spatiality. Japanese architects have been able to develop a spatial concept in architecture which confers nowadays to their production a character of uniqueness. The eastern concept of space is substantially different from the western one. This special issue of C3 includes recent projects by Go Hasegawa & Associates, UID architects, Katsutoshi Sasaki + Associates, Naf Architects & Design, Kino Architects, Coo Planning and others.
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