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Note que a encomenda só entra em processamento após a receção do pagamento e que, se esse pagamento for rececionado após as 19 horas hora de Portugal Continental , a encomenda só é enviada no dia útil seguinte seguinte. The E-mail message field is required. Therefore a knowledge of the influence of these styles is pertinent to a study of contemporary Japanese architecture and the latter's impact upon the rest of the modern world. Jurakudai; The Gate at Daitoku-ji; The Hiun-kaku, Okujaku-tei, and Kokakudai of the Nishi Hongan-ji; The Chinryu-tei at the Sambo-in; The Fushin-an at Omote-Senke; 12. It ranges from the largest and most imposing castles to the smallest and most tastefully designed teahouses.

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From Castle To Teahouse, John B. Kirby

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Para recomendar esta obra a um amigo basta preencher o seu nome e email, bem como o nome e email da pessoa a quem pretende fazer a sugestão. More important in terms of application to contemporary design was the shoin style of residential architecture, which reached its zenith in this period of creativity. It ranges from the largest and most imposing castles and palaces to the smallest and most tastefully designed teahouses. It ranges from the largest and most imposing castles to the smallest and most tastefully designed teahouses. Its purpose is to present, against a background of colorful history, the architectural achievements of an elegant age.

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An example of the smallest type of chashitsu, its main layout consists of one mat for the host and another one for the guest. Yet this same period offers such a variety of architectural pleasures that, in at least one of its many facets, it makes an appeal to every taste. Tuttle Company All rights reserved Library of Congress Catalog Card No. Yet this same period offers such a variety of architectural pleasures that, in at least one of its many facets, it makes an appeal to every taste. In the first part of this book, Mr.

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From Castle to Teahouse by John B. Kirby, Jr by John B. Kirby, Jr

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No caso de serem apresentados dois preços, o preço mais elevado, normalmente cortado, corresponde ao preço fixado pelo editor ou importador, sendo o outro o preço de venda na wook. Paintings and gardens are an integral part of it, as they are in all Japanese architecture, and here, also, the range extends from the gorgeous and elaborate to the utmost in simplicity and restraint. Abstract: The Momoyama period of Japanese art history, at the turn of the 16th century, is perhaps best known to the West through the resplendent paintings of the Kano masters and their fellow artists. The Momoyama period of Japanese art history, at the turn of the 16th century, is perhaps best known to the West through the resplendent paintings of the Kano masters and their fellow artists. Der Fließ­text wird dynamisch an die Display- und Schrift­größe ange­passt. Após a compra, o eBook é de imediato disponibilizado na sua área de cliente para efetuar o download.

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Kuwata ; book design and typography by Kaoru Ogimi. Sie benötigen eine und die Software kostenlos. Regrettably we cannot fulfill eBook-orders from other countries. Independent Structures; The Omote-shoin at the Sambo-in; The Toyobo at Kennin-ji; The Tai-an at the Myoki-an; The Ryoko-in at Daitoku-ji; 13. The third major architectural contribution of the age was the introduction of the sukiya style, represented by the teahouse. The kindness of many people both in Japan and in America has made this book possible. Paintings and gardens are an integral part of it, as they are in all Japanese architecture, and here, also, the range extends from the gorgeous and.

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All of these are pictured in a generous selection of excellent photographs accompanied by plans and elevations for a number of the structures discussed. Fushimi Castle; The Gate of the Sambo-in at Daigo; The Gate at Nijo Castle; The Gate at Toyotomi Jinja; The Gate at Nishi Hongan-ji; The Gate at Goko no Miya; The Gate at Kodai-ji; The Shoin Buildings at Nishi Hongan-ji; The Tozamurai, Shikidai, and Ohiroma at Nijo Castle; The Kyaku-den of the Konchi-in at Nanzen-ji. Paintings and gardens are an integral part of it, as they are in all Japanese architecture, and here, also, the range extends from the gorgeous and elaborate to the utmost in simplicity and restraint. A versão web da Biblioteca Wook está otimizada para as versões mais recentes dos browsers Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox e Edge. It is with this exuberant period in Japanese history that the present book is concerned. Paintings and gardens are an integral part of it, as they are in all Japanese architecture, and here, also, the range extends from the gorgeous and elaborate to the utmost in simplicity and restraint. In the first part of this book, Mr.

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FROM CASTLE TO TEAHOUSE. by KIRBY,, John B.

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Kirby discusses and illustrates the principal forms of castle, shoin, and sukiya architecture that he considers to the most important contributions of the Momoyama period. Kirby discusses and illustrates the principal forms of castle, shoin, and sukiya architecture that he considers to the most important contributions of the Momoyama period. I am indebted to all Japanese for letting me visit their beautiful country and study their architectural treasures. Se quiser pode ainda acrescentar um pequeno comentário, de seguida clique em enviar o pedido. Buying eBooks from abroad For tax law reasons we can sell eBooks just within Germany and Switzerland.

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From Castle To Teahouse, John B. Kirby

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From Castle to Teahouse: Japanese Architecture of the Momoyama Period. State University of New York. Jiro Kato, an authority on the Fushimi-Momoyama area and Fushimi Castle, conferred with me often concerning his field, and his passing was a great personal loss. Appendix: List of Other Noteworthy ExamplesShort Bibliography; Index; Back Cover. Mit dem amazon-Kindle ist es aber nicht kompatibel.

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