Katsura Imperial Villa: model of the New Shoin viewed from the North by Timothy Ciccone. Each tatami mat measures 1 x 2 meters, considered to be the right dimensions for a human being.
Katsura Imperial Villa, New Palace (桂離宮新御殿) in Kyoto. Contrast of the white of shoji screens and plaster with the grid of woods.
Detail photograph of the Katsura Imperial Villa taken by Urszula Kijek.
Ishimoto Yasuhiro, Katsura Imperial Villa
Walkway steps design at the Katsura Imperial Villa. Photograph by Urszula Kijek, 2010.
Katsura Imperial Villa Kobori Enshu, at Kyoto, Japan, 1620 (circa)
Katsura: Picturing Modernism in Japanese Architecture: Photographs by Ishimoto Yasuhiro , http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Katsura_Imperial_Villa http://www.amazon.com/dp/0300163339/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_UeEvsb0P6VEVT
Yasuhiro Ishimoto https://www.pinterest.com/0bvuc9ca1gm03at/
Arquitectura tradicional_ Japon
katsura imperial villa, discovered by Bruno Taut in 1933
A model of the Katsura Imperial Villa by Timothy M. Ciccone.
Katsura Imperial Villa - The Infinite Beauty of Classic Japanese Architecture - Yasuhiro Ishimoto photographer
Katsura Imperial Villa ‘Katsura Rikyu’
Yasuhiro Ishimoto Katsura Imperial Villa
Hidden Architecture: Villa Katsura
Katsura-rikyu, Kyoto, Japan