Critical Regionalism, Japan, Tokyo, housing
"Japanese contemporary urban houses have list their traditional relationships to nature, to seasons, and to natural landscapes. And the urban landscape with respect to architecture in Tokyo is chaos. This situation is due to the rapid economic growth they followed in the process of modernization after WWII. In this project, I would like to propose a housing which reconnects people to their traditional cultural roots through intensifying sensorial experience within contemporary urbanity."
Yuasa, Madoka, "Place and Collective Living" (2003). Architecture Senior Theses. Paper 114.
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