photographer paul barbera brings us a rare and private look at the workspaces of some of japan’s most-esteemed creative minds. frame publishing’s newest title ‘where they create, japan’ documents the studios, offices, meeting rooms and model shops of 32 japanese visionaries, providing exclusive insight into their creative process. artists, architects, graphic designers, shoemakers and embroidery craftsmen are among the broad collection of personal profiles, with studio studies inside the workspaces of renowned names such as tadao ando, azuma makoto, kohei nawa and nendo.

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