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Architecture April, 3 2009

Japanese Architecture

The latest of Wallpaper*s architectural letters focuses on Japan. Concentrating on non-residential projects the survey includes the Nakamura Keith Haring Collection Museum (above). The museum, located in Kobuchizawa, is the only one in the world dedicated to Haring’s work. Another highlight is the Tamo University Library by Toyo Ito and Associates.

Selections after the jump include the Library, as well as a few commercial structures. Check the full feature at Wallpaper* for complete information.

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