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Title Statement
  • Designing Japan : a future built on aesthetics
Uniform Title
  • Nihon no dezain. English
Publication, Distribution, etc. (Imprint)
  • Tokyo : Japan Publishing Industry Foundation for Culture (JPIC), 2018 ©2018
  • 2018
  • Språk: Engelska.
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Edition Statement
  • First English edition.
Physical Description
  • xi, 193 pages illustrations, maps 20 cm.
Series Statement
Series Added Entry - Uniform Title
General Note
  • Originally published in Japan by Iwanami Shoten in 2011.
  • Includes a new English preface.
Formatted Contents Note
  • Movement: a design platform -- Simplicity and emptiness: the genealogy of an aesthetic -- Houses: refining the home -- Tourism: cultural DNA -- Future materials: designing experience -- Point of growth: design for a future of society.
Summary, etc
  • "'Designing Japan: A Future Built on Aesthetics' presents renowned designer Kenya Hara's vision of how his industry can support Japan in crafting a future founded on a unique philosophy of beauty as well as crowd-sourced wisdom from around the world. The book spans history from the beginnings of professional Japanese design in the sixteenth century to the impact of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, but Hara's focus is the future. A master collaborator, meticulous organizer, and globally conscious innovator, he draws on more than three decades of participation in design work and exhibition curating, as well as deep professional interaction with creators from many fields. 'Designing Japan' serves as a foundation course on the essence of Japanese aesthetics while maintaining a practical approach to Japan's circumstances and future possibilities. Hara reveals the methods by which designers in Japan continue to work in tandem with government and industry to form publicly accessible aesthetic inquiries into how this island nation will proceed as its population ages, other nations take over manufacturing, and technology develops. Illustrations and examples recognize successful problem solving through design, proving that it is a living, changing industry that remains relevant not in spite of, but as a partner to, advancing technology"-- Unedited summary of book.
Language Note
  • Translation of: Nihon no dezain.
  • Colophon also in Japanese.
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Other Edition Entry
  • Translation of (work): Hara, Ken'ya Nihon no dezain : Biishiki ga tsukuru mirai. Tōkyō-to Chiyoda-ku : Kabushiki Kaisha Iwanami Shoten, 2011 ISBN 9784004313335
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  • 9784866580159
  • 4866580151
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"'Designing Japan: A Future Built on Aesthetics' presents renowned designer Kenya Hara's vision of how his industry can support Japan in crafting a future founded on a unique philosophy of beauty as well as crowd-sourced wisdom from around the world. The book spans history from the beginnings of professional Japanese design in the sixteenth century to the impact of the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, but Hara's focus is the future. A master collaborator, meticulous organizer, and globally conscious innovator, he draws on more than three decades of participation in design work and exhibition curating, as well as deep professional interaction with creators from many fields. 'Designing Japan' serves as a foundation course on the essence of Japanese aesthetics while maintaining a practical approach to Japan's circumstances and future possibilities. Hara reveals the methods by which designers in Japan continue to work in tandem with government and industry to form publicly accessible aesthetic inquiries into how this island nation will proceed as its population ages, other nations take over manufacturing, and technology develops. Illustrations and examples recognize successful problem solving through design, proving that it is a living, changing industry that remains relevant not in spite of, but as a partner to, advancing technology"--

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