My Main Impression Throughout Reading This Book Has Been One Of Head Shaking And Disbelief, And Sheer Amazement At The Ingenuity Of Japanese Carpenters Current And Old If You Have Any Interest In Carpentry, Timber Framing, Woodworking, Or Even Japanese History, I Highly Recommend This Book The Year Of Mud BlogAzby Brown Is The Director Of KIT Future Design Institute In Tokyo After Studying Architecture And Sculpture At Yale College, Brown Entered The Department Of Architecture Of The University Of Tokyo Under A Grant From The Japanese Ministry Of Education After Completing His Ph.D., He Became An Associate Professor Of Architectural Design At The Kanazawa Institute Of Technology He Is The Author Of Just Enough, Small Spaces, The Japanese Dream House, And The Very Small Home He Lives In Tokyo.
- 160 pages
- Genius of Japanese Carpentry: Secrets of an Ancient Craft
- Azby Brown
- 27 July 2019 Azby Brown