Das Kurokawa-Manifest

Texte zum symbiotischen Denken

Kisho Kurokawa

Kennosuke Ezawa (ed.)

Softcover with jacket
13 x 18.5 cm
384 pages, 83 b/w
ISBN 978-3-936314-29-8

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Kisho Kurokawa, who co-founded the Metabolism Movement, is said to epitomize modern Japanese architecture. His architectonic creations aspire to establish a symbiotic relationship between nature and technology, tradition and modernity, order and chaos. His idea of symbiosis is also of greater political, economic and cultural relevance than ever. This re-edited and revised book compiles – for the first time in German – important texts on his philosophy of symbiosis, and in doing so introduces a versatile and innovative thinker who has set directions for the 21st century.

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