- Naomi Pollock Hitoshi Abe Phaidon, 208 pages.
- Hitoshi Abe Kanno Museum Japan 2005 Gallery interior. Photo by Daici Ano.
- Hitoshi Abe Kanno Museum Japan 2005 Exterior view with stairs to entrance. Photo by Shinkenchi ku-sha.
- Hitoshi Abe Reihoku Community Hall Japan 2003 South facade. Photo by Daici Ano.
- Hitoshi Abe Reihoku Community Hall Japan 2003 Community lobby. Photo by Daici Ano.
Dr. Hitoshi Abe, professor and chair of the UCLA Department of Architecture and Urban Design, discusses his distinguished career as a practicing architect and a leader in education. Known for architecture that is spatially complex and structurally innovative, the work of Atelier Hitoshi Abe has been exhibited internationally and has received numerous awards. Abe is the subject of a new monograph published by Phaidon.
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