di Kenji Nawa – Tomomasa Ueda
Begun as Ueda Tomomasa Architectural Office in 1997, renamed October in 2001, the self-described ‘excessively rational’ Japanese architects Ueda and Yoko Nakagawa offer a highly detailed overview of projects in this densely illustrated monograph. October strives for a different interpretation of contemporary architecture, avoiding nature as inspiration and tackling problems from a case-specific, rather than site-specific, standpoint.
> All photos except some snapshots: HIROYUKI HIRAI
Original texts: KENJI NAWA, TOMOMASA UEDA
Veste editoriale: Softcover