Author(s): Kiyosi Seike (Professor of Architecture, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
design & construction | all things japanese | japanese architecture | recommended for students
This introduction to Japanese joinery delves into the history and development of Japanese carpentry, and it also reveals many secrets of Japanese joinery. It presents 48 joints, with isometric projections to complement the photographs.
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