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JA 113 SPRING, 2019 Reprint Edition Expo’70 -9784786903038

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再録 EXPO’70

Product Details:
Paperback: 176 pages
Publisher: JA  Shinkenchiku-sha
Language: Japanese/English
ISBN-10: 4786903035
ISBN-13: 978-4786903038

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描述

In the midst of the turbulent 1960s, when the world was undergoing radical shifts in cultural values, Expo ’70 was conceived, planned, and executed in Osaka. The master plan for the site was created by Kenzo Tange and Uzo Nishiyama. They were aware of the imminent transition from an industrial to an information society, and the emphasis changed from hardware exhibits to software-inspired environments. The question arose whether architecture can function as a communication media, or even if it should. In a few years, Osaka will host World Expo 2025. This issue looks back at selected articles originally published in ‘Shinkenchiku’ (May 1970) and in ‘JA’

Contents

Dialogue
Some Thoughts About EXPO ’70
Kenzo Tange x Noboru Kawazoe
Feature
The Symbol Zone
Works
The Space Frame
Kenzo Tange, Koji Kamiya (URTEC),
Asao Fukuda (Soseisha Takekoshi Kenchiku Jimusyo
Festival Plaza
Kenzo Tange, architectural facilities; Atsushi Ueda (General Arts Urban Planning Science)
mechanical facilities; Arata Isozaki Atelier
EXPO Tower
Kiyonori Kikutake Architect, and Associates
The United States Pavilion
Davis, Brody, Chermayeff, Geismar, deHarak, Associates
Yasuo Uesaka (project architect)
The Canadian Pavilion
Erickson/Massey Architects and Planners
The British Pavilion
Powel & Moya Associates
The Republic of China Pavilion
Peng Yin-Hsuan, Lee Chu-Yuan
The Netherlands Pavilion
J.B. Bakema, lr. C. Weeber
The Switzerland Pavilion
Willi Walte
The International Place No.2-B
Environmental Design Associates, Toshi Kenchiku Sekkei Firm
The Electric Power Pavilion
Sakakura Associates, architects and engineers
The Sumitomo Fairytale Pavilion
Sachio Otani and Associates
The Fuji Group Pavilion
Yutaka Murata
The Takara Beautilion
Kisho Kurokawa Architect, and Associates
The Ricoh Pavilion
Nikken Sekkei Komu
Other Foreign and Japanese Private Pavilions
Landscape
Sub-plazas
Fountains and Sculpture
Expoland
Site Furniture
Moving Walkways and Urban Traffic
by Koichi Sone, Sei Oyuki, and Yuji Morioka
The EXPO’70 Information Communication System
by Yoshio Tsukio
The EXPO’70 Grounds Artificial Environment
by Toshio Ojima
Data
Winning Entries of the Central Glass International
Architectural Design Competition 2018
Announcement: The Central Glass International
Architectural Design Competition 2019

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