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Blurring Architecture 1971-2005: Rethinking the Relationship Between Architecture and Media: Blurring Architecture 1971-2005 - Rethinking the Relationship Between Architecture and the Media (Englisch) Taschenbuch – Februar 2000

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This work looks at the ideas of Toyo Ito, whose paradigm-shifting works have placed him at the forefront of international architecture. He compares his architectural spaces to the virtual spaces of music, and aims to create buildings that relate not only spatial concerns but temporal ones: structures capable of change and evolution over time.

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toyo ito certainly is one of the most innovative architect in Japan after metabolist in 60's. I would call him the new wave Japanese architect as he not merely not follow the traditions but also think about what the new japanese architecture should be.
The simulated city concept about Japan is discribing what Japan looks like today. Ito thinks that his architecture is just like some devices to retain the flow of informations in the city. He makes his architecture to be transparency, or some call him opaque transparancy....in this book, it is a good review of his work from 70's to oo's. u could see how an architect get mature and mature in his design and also how he apply his theory in his works.
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toyo ito certainly is one of the most innovative architect in Japan after metabolist in 60's. I would call him the new wave Japanese architect as he not merely not follow the traditions but also think about what the new japanese architecture should be.
The simulated city concept about Japan is discribing what Japan looks like today. Ito thinks that his architecture is just like some devices to retain the flow of informations in the city. He makes his architecture to be transparency, or some call him opaque transparancy....in this book, it is a good review of his work from 70's to oo's. u could see how an architect get mature and mature in his design and also how he apply his theory in his works.
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