Reinventing Japan's architecture after the war
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Reinventing the Japanese home after the war

In Japan, in the wake of World War Two, widespread devastation brought a desperate need to rebuild.

Out of the rubble, radical ideas emerged of reinventing the traditional Japanese house. We go on a tour of a new exhibition in London that traces the origins of the country’s architectural design.

Video by Elaine Jung

  • 15 Apr 2017