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  • 256 pages 
  • 25cm x 16cm 
  • Published in Tokyo, 2018 

Too Much: Magazine of Romantic Geography looks at architecture through the lens of culture and society, documenting our collective experiences of cities. This eighth issue explores the shape of shelter — looking far beyond Tokyo, they pick apart concrete habitats from paper houses to luxury hotels.


In this issue:


  • A pilgrimage around Japan with Satoshi Murakami and his untethered house
  • Meet the North Face Development Team in charge of creating a new iteration of the geodesic dome of the 1950s
  • Shigeru Ban’s plans for housing in the new settlement in Kalobeyei
  • Visit the ruined towns in Fukushima with Bruno Latour
  • Gordon Matta-Clark’s legendary bodega-turned-kitchen, FOOD, that emerged in 70s New York from the broken infrastructure of the metropolis, serving alchemical concoctions and cheap sake to the neighbourhoods’ hungry artists
  • Enter Anne Hardy’s meticulously staged scenes: structures created from what is left behind, existing on a precipice
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