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Переосмысление пространства японского жилого дома в работах архитекторов 1920–1940-х годов

In the 20th century Japanese house has undergone a tremendous metamorphosis transforming from established vernacular typology to a vast range of different architectural approaches. This process took form of complex interaction between Japanese vernacular and new western dwelling. The purpose of this research is to identify the origins for the space organisation of contemporary Japanese house. This has been done by examining three houses of architects A. Raymond (1926), K. Tsuchiura (1935), and R. Maekawa (1942) with a focus on correlation between architectural space and social meaning of dwelling space in Japanese tradition.