This book on the Pritzker Prize-winning architect Tadao Ando explores his recent work, which embodies principles of sustainability, site sensitivity, and craftsmanship.
Entirely self-educated, Tadao Ando is considered Japan’s leading architect and his sublime buildings are located all over the world. This book profiles ninety of Ando’s projects across the globe from the mid 1990s to today, including museums, convention centers, factories, shrines, residences, and corporate headquarters. Each building is beautifully photographed and is accompanied by drawings, sketches, plans, materials from the architect’s own studio, and in-depth commentary. In addition, Ando has written an enlightening essay on his work. An up-to-date collection of Ando’s works from the past fifteen years, this elegant book will please all fans of modern architecture.
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