Third and final volume in the series examining selected works designed by Tadao Ando over his 40 year long career as an architect. Inside attention is paid to Ando’s public building projects realised in Japan, including art galleries, museums, religious buildings, commercial buildings, schools libraries and railway stations. Questioning the meaning of public facilities and challenging preconceived ideas, Ando has pioneered a new mode of public architecture in Japan. Buildings are extensively illustrated with full colour photographs and accompanied by technical drawings, models and several essays.
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