Hardback coffee table book featuring the work of architect, Yoshio Taniguchi. By Harry N. Abrams, published in 1999. 1st edition, 282 pages.
"Architect Yoshio Taniguchi designs buildings that are highly elegant and serene. A sense of clarity pervades each one. He brings to all his projects a sensitivity to site and pragmatic requirements, as well as to materials, light, color, and proportion. Over the past twenty years, Taniguchi has designed a wide range of structures, including art museums, gymnasia, libraries, schools, a hotel, an aquarium, and a tea house and garden, all in Japan. In 1997, he came to international attention when he won an invited competition to design the expansion of The Museum of Modern Art in New York."