Mr Botond Bognar

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Mr Botond Bognar

Professor of East Asian Languages and Cultures and Affiliated Faculty of Center for East Asian and Pacific Studies

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Affiliated Interest

Architecture: History of Japanese Architecture

Education

M.A. UCLA

Publications

Books

  • Bognar, Botond. Architectural Guide: JAPAN. . Berlin: DOM Publishers, 2013.
  • Bognar, Botond. Material Immaterial: The New Work by KENGO KUMA. . New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009.
  • Bognar, Botond. BEYOND THE BUBBLE: The New Japanese Architecture. . London: Phaidon Press Ltd., 2008.
  • Bognar, Botond. KENGO KUMA: Selected Works. . New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2005.
  • NIKKEN SEKKEI: Building Future Japan 1900-2000. . New York: Rizzoli International, 2000.
  • TOGO MURANO: Master Architect of Japan. . New York: Rizzoli International, 1996.
  • HIROSHI HARA: The Floating World of his Architecture. . London: Wiley / Academy, 1995.
  • The Japan Guide. . New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 1995.
  • The New Japanese Architecture. . New York: Rizzoli International, 1990.
  • Contemporary Japanese Architecture: Its Development and Challenge. . New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1985.
  • Mai Japán Épitészet (Japanese Architecture of Today). . Budapest: Müszaki Kiadó, 1979.

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Book Contributions


  • Bognar, Botond. "Tokyo - The Informational World City." Introduction. Architectural Guide: Tokyo. . Berlin: DOM Publishers, 2009.

  • Bognar, Botond. "Architecture as a Process of Reversed Construction - Ryoji Suzuki's Work in Light of His "Absolute Scene Tokyo 1987"." Experience in Material 49: Ryoji Suzuki Complete Works 1973-2007. . Tokyo: INAX Publications, 2007.

Edited Books


  • Minoru Takeyama. . London: Academy Editions, 1995.

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Special Issues of a Journal

  • "What Goes Up Must Come Down: Recent Urban Architecture in Japan." Durability and Ephemeralilty. Spec. iss. of Harvard Design Magazine (1997):
  • Japanese Architecture II. Spec. iss. of Architectural Design Profile.99 (1992): 1-99.
  • Japanese Architecture II. Spec. iss. of Architectural Design 58.5/6 (1988): 1-81.