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The Art of Japanese Joinery

The Art of Japanese Joinery Author Kiyoshi Seike
ISBN-10 OCLC:985432135
Release 1982
Pages 126
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The Complete Japanese Joinery

The Complete Japanese Joinery Author Yasuo Nakahara
ISBN-10 0881791210
Release 1995
Pages 397
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Genius of Japanese Carpentry

Genius of Japanese Carpentry Author Azby Brown
ISBN-10 9781462913787
Release 2014-01-07
Pages 160
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The Genius of Japanese Carpentry tells the story of the 1200-year-old Yakushiji monastery in Nara and the dedicated modern-day craftsmen who are working to restore what has been lost to the depredations of time, fire and warfare. Although the full monastery reconstruction will not be completed until 2030, one of the main temples, the Picture Hall, has been completely restored employing the same woodworking technology used to create the original building. This new edition of an architectural classic is by Azby Brown—one of the world's leading experts on Japanese architecture. It contains a new preface and many new text materials and photographs—most of them now available in color for the first time. Azby Brown chronicles the painstaking restoration of the temple through extensive interviews with the carpenters and woodworkers along with original drawings based on the plans of master carpenter Tsunekazu Nishioka. An inspiring testament to the dedication of these craftsmen and their philosophy of carpentry work as a form of personal fulfillment, The Genius of Japanese Carpentry offers detailed documentation of this singular project and a moving reminder of the unique cultural continuity found in Japan.



Measure and Construction of the Japanese House

Measure and Construction of the Japanese House Author Heino Engel
ISBN-10 9781462916849
Release 1989-12-15
Pages 152
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A remarkable classic work on traditional Japanese architecture and its general integrative quality, the order of space and form, the flexibility of partitions and room functions and other important or unique qualities. The author describes in detail, and with numerous architectural plans and drawings, the influence of the anatomy of the Japanese human body on traditional units of measurement and on house construction. This work is not simply a description of the features of the Japanese house, but "an invitation to probe the possibilities of utilizing this architectural achievement of the Japanese . . . in modern living and building," according to the author, who further believes that the unique features of the Japanese house are better suited to serve as a pattern for contemporary housing than any other form of residential structure.



Japanese Joinery

Japanese Joinery Author Yasuo Nakahara
ISBN-10 088179001X
Release 1983-01-01
Pages 239
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Supplies guidance on the use of Japanese wood construction techniques in making joints, framing roofs, installing floors, and finishing eave ends



Japanese Woodworking Tools

Japanese Woodworking Tools Author Toshio Ōdate
ISBN-10 0854420754
Release 1998
Pages 189
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This text shows how to use Japanese tools effectively and maintain them properly, and explains the role they play in traditional Japanese craftsmanship. It describes how to create razor-sharp cutting edges and introduces almost 50 different planes.



Encyclopedia of Wood Joints

Encyclopedia of Wood Joints Author Wolfram Graubner
ISBN-10 156158004X
Release 1992
Pages 151
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Shows and describes splicing, oblique, corner, cross, and edge joints used in Japanese wooden construction



Wood and Wood Joints

Wood and Wood Joints Author Klaus Zwerger
ISBN-10 9783034612678
Release 2012-12-13
Pages 304
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Building with wood as an ecologically viable material is a tradition with a long history. The timber architecture which has ensued over the past centuries reveals to the modern observer the depth of knowledge which has enabled both Eastern und Western cultures to use this wonderful material in such a creative way. In the most typical method of building with wood, elements are connected by using wood joints which do not require the assistance of adhesives or metal connectors. This art of wood jointing reached its zenith in Japan; but Europe too provided its share of highly influential forms. By looking at several hundred examples from Japan and 18 European countries, with a new chapter on China added to this enlarged edition, this book describes in great detail the history of timber architecture in terms of its technical, aesthetic and ecological dimensions. This thorough study is a mine of information to specialists in this field; it opens up to the craftsman of today what has become an almost forgotten world and provides a fascinating account for the general reader. „Here is a man who has trekked though the wild Carpathian forests, the Norwegian outback, the Russian steppes and obscure regions of Japan in pursuit of the wood joint. He tells the story with a sense of unfolding discovery; for anyone interested in how buildings work this book is a joy to read." the architects‘ journal



Traditional Japanese Furniture

Traditional Japanese Furniture Author 和子·小泉
ISBN-10 087011722X
Release 1986
Pages 223
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Focusing on the furniture of the Edo and early Meiji periods, this text lookst the history, aesthetics and techniques of hand-worked traditional Japaneseurniture.



The Complete Guide to Joint Making

The Complete Guide to Joint Making Author John Bullar
ISBN-10 1861088787
Release 2013
Pages 175
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Joint-making – a top priority for woodworkers! Woodworkers have plenty to cheer about with The Complete Guide to Joint-Making. This comprehensive and practical book demystifies the all-important subject of choosing, designing, and cutting woodworking joints. It's packed with insightful information and tricks of the trade that will advance the work of novices and seasoned craftsmen alike. The litmus test for woodworkers. Strong, appropriate, and well-fitting joints are one of the hallmarks of the skilled woodworker. Making them properly requires intelligent planning, accurate layout, and a sufficient degree of care in cutting, fitting, and final assembly. A methodical approach that pays off. That's the approach author John Bullar pursues in this essential guide. He walks readers through choosing the appropriate joint for its intended purpose and continues methodically through constructing and finally assembling the finished pieces. He also covers lumber selection, tools, and adhesives, and offers recommendations for the working methods and habits that are needed to achieve consistently good results. Techniques for hand tools and machines. The Complete Guide to Joint-Making explains in detail the traditional hand techniques that are the foundation of woodworking. Plus, the section on machine-made joints covers every power tool needed for joints, including how to get the best results from a biscuit jointer, a router, and other power tools.



The Art of Japanese Joinery

The Art of Japanese Joinery Author Kiyoshi Seike (Architekt)
ISBN-10 OCLC:637577795
Release 1979
Pages
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The Joint Book

The Joint Book Author Terrie Noll
ISBN-10 PSU:000050605347
Release 2002
Pages 192
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All the knowledge woodworkers need to choose the right joint for the job. Covers every basic joint in every joint family, including a range of joint variations and helpful jigs.



The Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery

The Complete Illustrated Guide to Joinery Author Gary Rogowski
ISBN-10 9781561584017
Release 2002-01
Pages 390
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Filled with an abundance of step-by-step color photos, an authoritative resource for making every practical woodworking joint features visual maps, in-depth visual content, tips, and techniques for all skill levels.



The Care and Use of Japanese Woodworking Tools

The Care and Use of Japanese Woodworking Tools Author Kip Mesirow
ISBN-10 9781933330136
Release 2006-09-01
Pages 96
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Essential information for hobbyists and professionals; fully illustrated



Art of Japanese Architecture

Art of Japanese Architecture Author David Young
ISBN-10 9781462906574
Release 2012-05-29
Pages 176
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By examining the Japanese history of buildings and building designs from prehistory to modern day, lovers of Japan will develop a deeper understanding and appreciation of this island country. Simplicity, sensitivity to the natural environment, and the use of natural materials are the hallmarks of Japanese architecture. The Art of Japanese Architecture provides a broad overview of traditional Japanese architecture in its historical and cultural context. It begins with a discussion of prehistoric dwellings and concludes with a description of modern Japanese buildings. Important historical influences and trends—notably the introduction of Buddhist culture from Korea and China, the development of feudalism, and the influence of modern Western styles of building—are all discussed in detail as facets of Japanese design. Through all of these changes, a restrained architectural tradition developed in marked contrast to an exuberant tradition characterized by monumentality and the use of bold colors. The book provides tremendous insights into the dynamic nature of Japanese architecture and how it reflects an underlying diversity within Japanese culture. The book is profusely illustrated with over 370 color photographs, woodblock prints, maps, diagrams, and specially commissioned watercolors. A classic in the making, The Art of Japanese Architecture will be sure to enlighten and delight readers.



Shoji and Kumiko Design

Shoji and Kumiko Design Author Andrew Mellon Professor of American Government and Professorial Fellow Desmond King
ISBN-10 098725832X
Release 2016-10-20
Pages 203
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Book 3 Hexagonal Patterns is the third and final book in the Shoji and Kumiko Design series, and follows on seamlessly from Book 2 - Beyond the Basics. In Book 3, Des King gives detailed, step-by-step instructions on making 45 stunning patterns in the hexagonal jigumi arrangement, ranging from the very simple, to the highly complex and extremely difficult. More than 500 photographs and diagrams guide you at each stage on making these patterns using tools found in any Western workshop, and simple shop-made jigs. As with Book 1 and Book 2, no specialised tools are required for any of the patterns covered in Book 3. The patterns in this book are indeed items of art, and can be applied in a broad range of furniture and artistic designs to set your work apart from all others.



How to Wrap Five Eggs

How to Wrap Five Eggs Author Hideyuki Oka
ISBN-10 9781590306192
Release 2008
Pages 223
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Wolf Haas' Detective Brenner series has become wildly popular around the world for a reason: They're timely, edgy stories told in a wry, quirky voice that's often hilarious, and with a protagonist it's hard not to love. In this episode, Brenner-forced out of the police force-tries to get away from detective work by taking a job as the personal chauffeur for two-year-old Helena, the daughter of a Munich construction giant and a Viennese abortion doctor. One day, while Brenner's attention is turned to picking out a chocolate bar for Helena at a gas station, Helena gets snatched from the car. Abruptly out of a job, Brenner decides to investigate her disappearance on his own. With both parents in the public eye, there's no scarcity of leads-the father's latest development project has spurred public protest, and the mother's clinic has been targeted by the zealous leader of an anti-abortion group. Brenner and God is told with a dark humor that leaves no character, including Brenner, unscathed. Haas tells the story of a fallible hero who can be indecisive and world-weary, baffled and disillusioned by what he finds, but who presses forward nonetheless out of a stubborn sense of decency-a two-year-old is kidnapped, so you find her, because that's just what you do.