During his six-and-a-half decade career, architect Togo Murano attained legendary status in his native Japan, where his work is considered among the most outstanding and influential of the twentieth century. Murano began working in Osaka in 1918 and died in 1984 at the age of 93, having completed more than 300 projects. This monograph, the first comprehensive illustrated book in English on Murano, presents 27 of his built projects in Japan, illustrated with spectacular photography, plans, and Murano's sketches. A chronology, list of selected works, and bibliography accompany the incisive project descriptions.
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