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Over the last twenty years, the massive growth of the interior design industry has been revolutionizing restaurants in Japan. Contemporary Japanese Restaurant Design features restaurants and bars which exemplify the best of current trends. The book includes 200 full-color photographs, brilliant floor plans, and insightful descriptions, giving the reader a vigorous look at, and insight into this phenomenon. The authors provide an introduction to Japanese architecture and interior design, an overview of traditional...

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Overview

Over the last twenty years, the massive growth of the interior design industry has been revolutionizing restaurants in Japan. Contemporary Japanese Restaurant Design features restaurants and bars which exemplify the best of current trends. The book includes 200 full-color photographs, brilliant floor plans, and insightful descriptions, giving the reader a vigorous look at, and insight into this phenomenon. The authors provide an introduction to Japanese architecture and interior design, an overview of traditional and contemporary styles, and a discussion of how these styles are being combined to create exciting, stunning restaurants.

Author Bio:

Cornucopia K.K. are creators of the award-winning food, culture, and lifestyle magazine Eat. Based in Tokyo, this multi-skilled, cross-cultural, creative team thrives on the solutions they provide to companies and consumers alike.

Motoko Jitsukawa is a contributing fashion and lifestyle columnist to many leading Japanese newspapers and magazines, and the author of Success in Restaurant Business. She is the translator of Empire by Mitchell Parcel, Promiscuities by Naomi Wolf, Paddy Clark HaHaHa by Roddy Doyle and many others.

Takeshi Nakasa is Japan&#39s foremost commentator and photographer of interiors and architecture. He regularly contributes to major international design and architecture magazines, including Domus, Interni, Frame, and deArchitect. He lectures frequently on the design culture of modern Japan.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780794601607
  • Publisher: Periplus Editions (HK) ltd.
  • Publication date: 10/15/2003
  • Edition description: Hardcover with Jacket
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 10.00 (h) x 0.70 (d)

Meet the Author

Cornucopia K.K. are the creators of the award-winning food culture and lifestyle magazine, Eat. Based in Tokyo, this multi-skilled, cross-cultural, creative team thrive on the solutions they provide to companies and consumers alike.

Motoko Jitsukawa graduated from Sophia University, where she majored in French. She is the author of numerous books and is contributing columnist on fashion and lifestyle to many leading Japanese newspapers and magazines.

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Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction to Japanese architecture and interior design
Chapter 1: Japanese Traditions
Chapter 2: Japanese style (wafu) contemporary interior design
- Traditional Japanese Style
- New Materials and interpretations
- Influence of other cultures on Japanese style
Chapter 3: Dalily culinary spaces
Biographies
Index

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    Posted November 4, 2012

    SASHA S RESTERAUNT

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