THE ARCHITECTURE OF HIROMI FUJII BY KENNETH FRAMPTON
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New York. Rizzoli International Publications. 1987. Softcover. Book Condition: Fine with slight shelf wear. 127 pp. (ill. in colour and b&w)
This monograph of Hiromi Fuji’s work by Kenneth Frampton demonstrates Fuji’s capacity as a visionary architect and a theorist of design. Partly inspired by the publication of Fuji’s theoretical writings, Frampton’s careful critique is supplemented by illustrations and reproductions of Fuji's influential work––more than 200 images demonstrate his subtle manipulation of the grid that intuitively governs space. The essays in this volume thoughtfully represent his belief in the legibility of such structures, inviting the reader to interpret Fuji’s existential and psychic approach to design.