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eBook The Modern Japanese Garden (Mitchell Beazley Gardening) ePub

by Michiko Rico Nose,Shunmyo Masuno

  • ISBN: 1845331524
  • Category: Architecture
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Michiko Rico Nose,Shunmyo Masuno
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mitchell Beazley (May 12, 2005)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1535 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1841 kb
  • Other: lrf lit lrf mbr
  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 870

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Her most recent publications are NYC: Graffiti and Japan Modern. Shunmyo Masuno is a Zen priest at the Kenkoh-ji Temple, Yokohoma, and an internationally acclaimed garden designer.

Only 1 left in stock (more on the way). Her most recent publications are NYC: Graffiti and Japan Modern. At present, he heads Japan Landscape Consultants and lectures periodically at the University of British Columbia. His gardens include those at the Nitobe Memorial Garden, Vancouver, Canada, the Nigata Prefectural Museum of Modern Art, Nagaoka, Japan, and the Hotel Kohjimachi Kaikan, Tokyo, Japan.

The Modern Japanese Garden book The Modern Japanese Garden (Mitchell Beazley Gardening). by. Michiko Rico Nosé, Shunmyō Masuno (Introduction).

The Modern Japanese Garden book. The Modern Japanese Garden (Mitchell Beazley Gardening). Michael Freeman (Photographer). Japanese garden design has undergone striking developments in recent decades.

The Modern Japanese Garden is the first book to survey these contemporary Japanese gardens . Shunmyo Masuno is a Zen priest at the Kenkoh-ji Temple, Yokohoma, and an internationally acclaimed garden designer

The Modern Japanese Garden is the first book to survey these contemporary Japanese gardens, presenting the designs in a way that is relevant to readers and their homes, whether it is in the East or West. Most of the locations have never been seen before in the West.

Michiko Rico Nose has written extensively on design for Japanese television and magazines. She collaborated with photographer Michael Freeman on Japan Modern (Mitchell Beazley). Shunmyo Masuno is a Zen priest and internationally acclaimed garden designer. Michael Freeman is an award-winning photographer specializing in Asia. His most recent books include The Spirit of Asia: Journeys to the Sacred Places of the East, Ancient Angkor, and Japan Modern (Mitchell Beazley).

Japanese garden design, know to the West primarily in its traditional form, has undergone striking developments over the last decade. Country of Publication.

The Modern Japanese Garden. Michiko Rico Nose, Shunmyo Masuno. The results are often extraordinary. This book surveys contemporary Japanese gardens, presenting the designs in a way that is relevant to both Eastern and Western readers and their homes. Дом, семья, хобби и досуг Хобби, увлечения. Photography by Michael Freeman. Leading landscape designers and architects have been increasingly experimenting with the form, styl.00.

Let’s hope that Michiko Riko Nosé’s brilliant The Modern Japanese Garden (Mitchell Beazley, £25; offer, £20) . Zen monk Shunmyo Masuno introduces Nosé’s selection of 32 austerely beautiful and voluptuously colourful gardens.

Let’s hope that Michiko Riko Nosé’s brilliant The Modern Japanese Garden (Mitchell Beazley, £25; offer, £20) will consign any further outrages to the compost heap of historical failure.

Shunmyō Masuno (枡野 俊明, Masuno Shunmyō) (born 28 February 1953) is a Japanese monk and garden designer. He is chief priest of the Sōtō Zen temple Kenkō-ji, professor at Tama Art University, and president of a design firm that has completed numerous projects in Japan and overseas. He has been called "Japan's leading garden designer". Shunmyō Masuno was born in Yokohama as the eldest child of the 17th chief priest of Kenkō-ji.

Japanese garden design has undergone striking developments in recent decades. Leading landscape designers and architects have been increasingly experimenting with the form, style and content of their garden designs. The results are often extraordinary. This book surveys contemporary Japanese gardens, presenting the designs in a way that is relevant to both Eastern and Western readers and their homes.

Comments

Buridora Buridora
I'm a garden designer and a big fan of exceptionally executed work. It is sometimes surprisingly hard to find good design work in design books, I often see one or two new ideas but almost never a whole book of inspiration like I found here.

This book is both a pleasure to look through and also to read. I find new inspiration every time I open it, it is the most diverse book on Japanese garden design I've seen. Many other books illustrate basic Japanese garden design principles, but their gardens usually look very similar. This book escapes that trap stunningly. Use it for information, inspiration, imagination.

You cannot go wrong here if design well done, exectued, maintained, and photographed is what you're looking for.
Doukree Doukree
A very interesting book on Japanese Gardens which I found to be very enjoyable to read and view wonderful photos of the gardens. If you love Japanese style gardens I think you will enjoy this book as much as I do.
Nahelm Nahelm
Wonderful book!
Yellow Judge Yellow Judge
IMHO, this is the best book on home or garden design I've ever seen.

It contains one brilliant idea after another for adapting the ancient principles of the Japanese garden to the contemporary world. One of them I'm adapting for my a tiny space in NYC. My wife, who is a plant fanatic, cannot believe what a beautiful and haunting space can be created without any living plants at all.

The book forces you to see and to think and to move beyond the traditional Japanese garden as cliche and to think about what is timeless about thoughtful design.
avanger avanger
This is a great book for designers with a clean aesthetic. I find it useful even when not working towards something that is 'Japanese' in style. We reviewed this at 'studio g' a blog about landscape design along with other good landscape books. [..]