Kengo Kuma Edition of 200 Signed heliogravure in portfolio, 37.4 x 29 cm (14.7 x 11.4 in); hardcover volume in handmade wooden slipcase, printed on two paper varieties, 30.8 x 39 cm (12.1 x 15.4 in), 4,71 kg (10.36 lb), 460 pages
From his Great (Bamboo) Wall house to the Japan National Stadium for the Tokyo Olympic Summer Games, originally planned for 2020, Japanese architect Kengo Kuma pioneered a truly sustainable approach to contemporary architecture, translating local craftsmanship and resources into a new tactile architecture. Discover the scope of his practice-defining oeuvre in this XXL monograph.
Art Edition (No. 1–200) with a heliogravure of a sketch of Yusuhara Community Market, Japan, signed by Kengo Kuma. The book and artwork come in a custom-built wooden slipcase designed by Kuma and produced by one of his partner workshops in Japan.
Condition A: [ Original Box – Unopened Book – 100% New ]