Structure, Space, Mankind: Expo ’70. A Photographic Interpreter. (2 voll.) [Kako kukan ningen : Nihon Bankokuhaku kenchiku shashinshu]

Architects included Kenzo Tange, Arthur Erickson, Renzo Piano, Kisho Kurokawa and Kiyonori Kikutake. From the commemorative web site for Expo ’70: “The first world exposition to be staged in Asia, Expo ’70, featuring the theme of ‘progress and harmony for mankind,’ was held over the 183-day period of March 15th-September 13th. Held on a site of roughly 330 hectares in the Senrikyuryo area of Osaka, the event featured exhibitors from 76 countries, four international organizations, one foreign government (Hong Kong), three U.S. states, three Canadian provinces, two U.S. cities, one German city, two corporations, and 32 domestic organizations. Expo ’70 attracted more than 64,000,000 visitors — setting a new record for world expos and rendering the event a tremendous success. 5 double fold-outs and 6 single fold-outs

COL and BW; paperback. Publisher: The Second Architectural Convention of Japan, Osaka, 1970.

 600,00

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Architects included Kenzo Tange, Arthur Erickson, Renzo Piano, Kisho Kurokawa and Kiyonori Kikutake. From the commemorative web site for Expo ’70: “The first world exposition to be staged in Asia, Expo ’70, featuring the theme of ‘progress and harmony for mankind,’ was held over the 183-day period of March 15th-September 13th. Held on a site of roughly 330 hectares in the Senrikyuryo area of Osaka, the event featured exhibitors from 76 countries, four international organizations, one foreign government (Hong Kong), three U.S. states, three Canadian provinces, two U.S. cities, one German city, two corporations, and 32 domestic organizations. Expo ’70 attracted more than 64,000,000 visitors — setting a new record for world expos and rendering the event a tremendous success. 5 double fold-outs and 6 single fold-outs