Even though the Metabolist movement was short-lived (around two decades), the ideal and vision it portrayed followed through the trajectory of modern architecture. The main idea of creating a city with infinite reserves and able to transform like an organism …

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After World War II, production and export industries increased drastically as a result of economic growth in Japan. The sudden overwhelming growth became out of hand when local industries would imitate foreign designs, leading to dissatisfied international exchange. To loosen the friction, the …

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