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TOO MUCH Issue 6

TOO MUCH Issue 6


Publisher: Editions OK Fred
ISSN: 977218767000006 Format: Softcover, 212pp, 257x182 mm

TOO MUCH is a magazine about romantic geography. Its purpose is to document our collective experience of cities, and look at the ways people and landscapes make and remake one another. Founded in 2011, TOO MUCH is produced and designed in Japan by a global group of writers, researchers, artists and photographers. It is for those searching for real stories about architecture, cities and art.

The sixth issue of Too Much: Magazine of Romantic Geography explores the experience of mingling the man-made and natural in an age when the boundaries between the two are becoming irrelevant.

Shanghai's 16-Story Mountain by Jesper Larsson

Breathing in the Dust of the World by Dani Pujalte and Rita Puig-Serra

A Copy of the World in an Indonesian Cave by Naoki Ishikawa

Chinju-No-Mori: A Shinto Forest in the Center of the City by Yoshiko Imaizumi Tsuyoshi Tane

The Kofun Stadium as a Celebration of Death Cloaked in a Tree by Yukinori Maeda, Yurie Nagashima and Cosmic Wonder

The Sons and Daughters of Mount Fuji by Yoshi Tsujimura

The Earth Melted by Takuro Kuwata, Michel Blazy, Asuka Yokono and MOON Kyungwo

Post-Darwinism by Hans Baumann

The Beginning of the End of the Beginning by Leopold Lambert

The Edges of the Forest in the Center of the City by Anna Berkhof

Architecture since 3.11 by Taro Igarashi

Xavier Veilhan: In and Out of the Comfort Zone

Harvard Sensory Ethnography Lab: The Immersive Eye

Do Ho Suh:Uncomfortable With Space, Language, Humor, Climate And Culture Mentorship, Pen, Needle and Thread by Anders Edström

The City: Paris Techno Parade by Sophie Jane Stafford

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