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Mamoru Yamada

(1894—1966)


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 (1894–1966) Japanese architect and educator.

As a co-founder of Japan’s first Modern Movement in architecture, the Bunriha kenchikukai, in 1920, Yamada sought to create a distinctive public architecture, inspired by ...

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