The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945
Written by Pippo Ciorra and Florence Ostende, Contribution by Kenjiro Hosaka and Hiroyasu Fujioka
The first comprehensive study on the aesthetics of domestic architecture in Japan since the Second World War.
About The Author
Florence Ostende is Adjunct Curator at Dallas Contemporary. She organized the event Good Show/Bad Show (Palais de Tokyo, 2011) and the Dallas Biennale (2012), and cocurated the Institute of Savage Archives (Villa Arson, National Centre for Contemporary Art, Nice, 2012).
Pippo Ciorra is an architect, critic, teacher, and member of the editorial committee of Casabella from 1996 to 2012. He writes for newspapers and magazines and has written monographic studies on Ludovico Quaroni, Peter Eisenman, and others.