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    Atelier Bow-Wow (Yoshiharu Tsukamoto & Momoyo Kaijima). Edited by Laurent Stalder & Cornelia Escher, Megumi Komura, and Meruro Washida “Atelier Bow-Wow, A Primer”. Verlag der Buchhandlung Walther König, 2013. Tall 4to in wraps as issued. 23 × 31 cm, 250 pages, richly illustrated Graphic design Cornel Windlin in collaboration with…

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    Zøfting-Larsen, Ole et al: . Japan Fascination. En samling gennem 100 år Kunstindustrimuseet / Japan Fascination – A Collection through 100 years. Copenhagen: Kunstindustrimuseet, 1991. Square 4to. 127 pp. Illustrated. Text in both Danish and English. Fine clean copy First edition

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    Japansk Malerkunst. Med talrige Illustrationer i Træsnit (“Japanese Painting. Richly illustrated”). Copenhagen: P. G. Philipsens Forlag, 1885. 8vo. Hardcover. Samtidigt privat bind med Japanpapir og forgyldt titel. (2), 155 pp. Illustreret. Tre små, nydelige samtidige rettelser af stave- og trykfejl i teksten med pen Very rare first Danish introduction to…

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    Zurich: Lars Müller Publishers, 2014. Heavy thick softcover with flaps. 472 pages. Illustrated richly. Fine / As new

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    “JAPANISME PÅ DANSK. Kunst og design 1870-2010”. Arkitektens Forlag, 2013. Stort format. Hardcover med omslag. 423 sider. Rigt illustreret. Smudsomslaget med lidt hyldeslid ellers rent, fint eksemplar

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    Kozan, Sakakibara and H. Russell Robinson:. THE MANUFACTURE OF ARMOUR AND HELMETS IN SIXTEENTH CENTURY JAPAN. Revised and Edited by H. Russell Robinson. Charles E. Tuttle Company Inc., 1963. Publishers blue hardcover with original jacket. 156 pages. Illustrated in bw and color, complete with colored frontispiece. Jacket is very worn…

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    Naoto Fukasawa & Jasper Morrison: Super Normal. Sensations of the Ordinary. Zurich: Lars Müller Publishers, 2020. Small softcover. 128 pages, 264 illustrations. Light wear to cover else clean and fine

  • 350,00 kr.

    “Through some 300 objects this book explores contemporary Japanese design: from everyday objects and packaging to interior design and lighting elements. Ultimately the book aims to explore the way in which Japanese design manages to harness its materials – whether natural or synthetic – and at the same time combines respect for tradition with forward-thinking and experimentation. The objects featured were chosen because of their strong Japanese character and the influence this ‘Japaneseness’ has had on Western culture. Rather than following a chronological order or concentrating on the designers, this book focuses on the objects and is categorized by material, highlighting the strong link between design and material in Japan. There will be a general introduction and then each section will have its own individual introduction: – Wood, Bamboo & Lacquer – Paper – Metal – Fabric & Textiles – Ceramic – Synthetic/new materials. Includes examples from some of the most important Japanese designers from Sori Yanagi and Shiro Kuramata to Naoto Fukasawa and Tokujin Yoshioka”