An in-depth examination of 50 years of the architecture and thinking of Fumihiko Maki.
Fumihiko Maki, Kenneth Frampton, Mark Mulligan, David Stewart
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David B. Stewart has taught in Japan as Ministry of Education Foreign Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology since 1975. He was trained as an architectural historian at the Courtauld Institute of Art at the University of London by the late Professor Sir Nikolaus Pevsner, under whose supervision he earned his Ph.D. Dr. Stewart is widely known in Japan and abroad as an architectural commentator and contributor to a number of specialist publications, as well as for his Making of a Modern Japanese Architecture: from 1868 to the Present (Kodansha International, l987).
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