If Europeans are overawed by the architecture of the past, convinced that nothing as accomplished can ever be built again, this is where the Japanese, having none of these convictions or inhibitions, radically deviate, believing they can improve on the past, produce something more outstanding, or at least more apropos the times.

This results in a continuous experimentation of the kind the architectural designers featured in this book are engaged in.

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