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The Roots of Japanese Architecture

The Montecito Collection

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Very Good; very good with light age wear; dj taped
Materials:
paper
Size:
10.5" W x 12.5" H
Color/Finish:
black/white/rust

Why We Love This

The Roots of Japanese Architecture by Yukio Futagawa. Harper Row, 1963. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 207 pages. Endpapers with actual shavings of Japanese woods (Paulownia cryptomeria). "This handsome book shows how and why Japanese architecture came into being. In 128 superb photographs and text, one of the world's great architectural achievements is tracked back to its origins in the philosophy and religion of Japan." Very good condition with light age wear and taped dust jacket.
As described by The Montecito Collection

About The Montecito Collection

A lifelong treasure hunter, Carrie Ginsburg has scoured streets from Hong Kong to Africa in search of rare and interesting finds. After settling into the enclave of Montecito, CA, Carrie now works with clients to curate their collections and add to their decor with pieces from grand estates in the area.