In attempting an analysis of the concept of the everyday in Asia through the context of its urban and architectural phenomena, this volume selects five practices from across the region: Yang Zhao (China), Maki Onishi and Yuki Hyakuda (o+h, Japan), Ling Hao (Singapore), Chatpong Chuenrudeemol (Thailand), and Vo Trong Nghia (Vietnam). The featured projects reflect how each Asia is specific, each with its own everyday, which in turn calls for a specific reading of a place, city, and context, and also a response to that. In understanding the meaningful aspects of the respective countries of the architects, we realize the complexities, variety, and depth of Asia as a whole. Published by TOTO (Tokyo).
210 p, 15 x 21 cm, paperback, TOTO (Tokyo)