The Kentiku: A Monthly Journal for Architects and Designers, No. 126, 1971-3 (March) Frank Lloyd ... The Kentiku: A Monthly Journal for Architects and Designers, No. 126, 1971-3 (March) Frank Lloyd ... The Kentiku: A Monthly Journal for Architects and Designers, No. 126, 1971-3 (March) Frank Lloyd ...

The Kentiku: A Monthly Journal for Architects and Designers, No. 126, 1971-3 (March) Frank Lloyd Wright Special issue

Miyajima, Kunio (ed)

Published by Chugai Publishing Co., Ltd, Tokyo, 1971
Condition: g to vg Soft cover

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Large quarto. 142, [8]pp. Original photo-illustrated wrappers, with purple and white lettering and b/w photographic portrait of Frank Lloyd Wright on front cover. Photo-illustrated ads on inside of both covers. The Kentiku, previously known as Kokusai-Kentiku was a rare monthly Japanese architectural magazine founded in 1925, and which had a tremendous influence on architectural theory and design in Japan. Indeed, the magazine covered mainstream twentieth century architecture as well as the modern movement. This issue has dedicated its front page and its main article on Frank Lloyd Wright, the renown American architect, interior designer, writer, and educator, who designed more than 1,000 structures, of which 532 were completed. The following are discussed and/or photographed between pages 25 and 91: 1) Property on F. L. Wright, Architecture and the essay in Wright: The first term: Wright Studio / Winslow House / Unity Temple / Robie House; The middle term: Johnson & Son, Inc. Research Laboratory Tower / Kaufmann House / Jacobs, Herbert House; The latter term, Greek Orthodox Church / Guggenheim Museum / Glady Gammage Memorial Auditorium / Marin Country Civic Center. This issue is splendidly illustrated throughout with numerous b/w drawings and photographic reproductions of modern architecture, architectural drawings and floor plans. Table of Contents in English and Japanese. Text in Japanese with headings and captions in Japanese and English.Upper front corner, and fore-edge of back cover partly creased. Text in Japanese. Wrappers in overall good to good+, interior in very good condition. Bookseller Inventory # 40258

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Title: The Kentiku: A Monthly Journal for ...

Publisher: Chugai Publishing Co., Ltd, Tokyo

Publication Date: 1971

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition:g to vg

Edition: First edition.

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