Hara House, Hiroshi Hara, Tokyo, 1974

Hara House, Hiroshi Hara, Tokyo, 1974

rndrd: “Hiroshi Hara. Japan Architect Oct 1989, 33 “This structure will allow for the creation of a floating celestial garden, a concept whose origin goes back to Babylon, the tower of Samara, the tower of Tigal and Laputa Island.” ”

rndrd: “Hiroshi Hara. Japan Architect Oct 1989, 33 “This structure will allow for the creation of a floating celestial garden, a concept whose origin goes back to Babylon, the tower of Samara, the tower of Tigal and Laputa Island.” ”

Twee zwart/wit houtsneden van de kokubunji tempel en de Todaiji tempel door Hiroshi Hara (actief jaren '50) - Japan - ca. 1950  Twee zwart/wit houtsneden van de kokubunji tempel en de Todaji tempel door Hiroshi Hara (actief jaren '50) Afmetingen (per houtsnede): 425 cm x 325 cmDe houtsnede van de Todaji temple (foto 2-10) is in een goede conditie met wat scheurtjes in de beneden marge en wat lichte rode potloodstrepen in de rechtermarge. De houtsnede van de Todaji (foto 11-18) is in een zeer…

Twee zwart/wit houtsneden van de kokubunji tempel en de Todaiji tempel door Hiroshi Hara (actief jaren '50) - Japan - ca. 1950 Twee zwart/wit houtsneden van de kokubunji tempel en de Todaji tempel door Hiroshi Hara (actief jaren '50) Afmetingen (per houtsnede): 425 cm x 325 cmDe houtsnede van de Todaji temple (foto 2-10) is in een goede conditie met wat scheurtjes in de beneden marge en wat lichte rode potloodstrepen in de rechtermarge. De houtsnede van de Todaji (foto 11-18) is in een zeer…

Hiroshi Hara  (9 September 1936) is a Japanese architect and author on architecture. His major works, including Kyōto Station, the Umeda Sky Building in Osaka, the Yamato International building in Tokyo, the Sapporo Dome in Hokkaidō, and other important structures in Japan, have earned many awards. With a doctorate in engineering, he was a professor at the University of Tokyo until 1997, and has held an emeritus position since that time.

Hiroshi Hara (9 September 1936) is a Japanese architect and author on architecture. His major works, including Kyōto Station, the Umeda Sky Building in Osaka, the Yamato International building in Tokyo, the Sapporo Dome in Hokkaidō, and other important structures in Japan, have earned many awards. With a doctorate in engineering, he was a professor at the University of Tokyo until 1997, and has held an emeritus position since that time.

Hiroshi Hara | Casa Hara | Tokio, Japón | 1974

Hiroshi Hara | Casa Hara | Tokio, Japón | 1974

Hiroshi Hara | Oficinas Centrales de Yamato International | Ota, Tokio, Japón | 1987

Hiroshi Hara | Oficinas Centrales de Yamato International | Ota, Tokio, Japón | 1987

Design by Shohei Iida 2013 ”Architectural Theory Now” Hiroshi Hara | Moderator: Kengo Kuma

Design by Shohei Iida 2013 ”Architectural Theory Now” Hiroshi Hara | Moderator: Kengo Kuma

Kyoto Station, Japan | Hiroshi Hara

Kyoto Station, Japan | Hiroshi Hara

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