Japan Architect #33: Antonin Raymond (The Japan Architect, 1999. $57)

Designs built in Japan, by the Czech-born American architect. Wood and concrete residential and institutional work.

selected bibliography :

– Antonin Raymond: An Autobiography, Charles E. Tuttle, 1973
– Antonin Raymond: Architectural Details 1938, 1938
– Antonin Raymond: Architectural Details, Architectural Book Publishing Co., 1947 (revised edition)
Crafting a Modern World: The Architecture and Design of Antonin and Noemi Raymond, Princeton Arch. Press, 2006
Golconde: The Introduction of Modernism in India, Urban Crayon, 2010

Windows in Modern Architecture, Architectural Book Publishing Co. , 1948
World’s Contemporary Houses 6, Shokokusha Publishing Comp, 1956
The Student Publication of the School of Design Volume 7 Number 3 Winter 1957, Raleigh University of North Carolina, 1957
International Architecture in Interwar Japan: Constructing Kokusai Kenchiku, University of Washington Press, 2009
(Interconnections between architects from Japan, Europe, and America and their designs during the interwar years by examining the careers and buildings of three leading modernists in Japan: Yamada Mamoru, Horiguchi Sutemi, and Antonin Raymond.)

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