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The Resource The garden as architecture : form and spirit in the gardens of Japan, China, and Korea, Toshirō Inaji ; translated and adapted by Pamela Virgilio

The garden as architecture : form and spirit in the gardens of Japan, China, and Korea, Toshirō Inaji ; translated and adapted by Pamela Virgilio

Label
The garden as architecture : form and spirit in the gardens of Japan, China, and Korea
Title
The garden as architecture
Title remainder
form and spirit in the gardens of Japan, China, and Korea
Statement of responsibility
Toshirō Inaji ; translated and adapted by Pamela Virgilio
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • eng
  • jpn
  • eng
Member of
Cataloging source
ILU
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1924-
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Inaji, Toshirō
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
  • plans
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Virgilio, Pamela
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  • Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Gardens
  • Gardens
  • Gardens, Chinese
  • Gardens
  • Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Architecture
  • Arquitectura
  • Arquitectura
  • Jardines
  • Jardines
  • Jardines
  • Arquitectura
  • Arquitectura
  • Arquitectura
  • Architecture
  • Jardins
  • Architecture
Label
The garden as architecture : form and spirit in the gardens of Japan, China, and Korea, Toshirō Inaji ; translated and adapted by Pamela Virgilio
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Originally published: Tōkyō : Sankaidō, 1990
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-198) and index
Contents
[Sect. 1] Japan -- 1. Early prototypes and interpretive approaches -- 2. Shinden-Zukuri as prototype, and two divergent interpretations -- 3. Kinetic, multifaceted gardens and Miegakure -- [sect. 2] China -- 4. Coexisting "unworldly" and "mundane" worlds -- 5. Spatial composition of the unworldly -- 6. Ideology and prototypes -- [sect. 3] Korea -- 7. Traditional Korean residences and their gardens -- 8. The "uncultivated" garden
Dimensions
31 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xi, 204 p.
Isbn
9784770017123
Other physical details
ill., maps, plans
System control number
ocm40308885
Label
The garden as architecture : form and spirit in the gardens of Japan, China, and Korea, Toshirō Inaji ; translated and adapted by Pamela Virgilio
Publication
Note
Originally published: Tōkyō : Sankaidō, 1990
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. 196-198) and index
Contents
[Sect. 1] Japan -- 1. Early prototypes and interpretive approaches -- 2. Shinden-Zukuri as prototype, and two divergent interpretations -- 3. Kinetic, multifaceted gardens and Miegakure -- [sect. 2] China -- 4. Coexisting "unworldly" and "mundane" worlds -- 5. Spatial composition of the unworldly -- 6. Ideology and prototypes -- [sect. 3] Korea -- 7. Traditional Korean residences and their gardens -- 8. The "uncultivated" garden
Dimensions
31 cm.
Edition
1st ed.
Extent
xi, 204 p.
Isbn
9784770017123
Other physical details
ill., maps, plans
System control number
ocm40308885

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