「日本インターナショナル建築会」における本野精吾の活動と建築理念について [in Japanese] A STUDY ON WORKS, ACTIVITIES AND ARCHITECTURAL IDEAS OF SEIGO MOTONO IN 'THE INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURAL ASSOCIATION OF JAPAN' [in Japanese]
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This Paper examine the works and activities of Seigo Motono within the movement of 'The International Architectural Association of Japan' founded in 1927. Motono was in the situation that generalized administration of 'The Association'. Among 'declaration' and 'general plans' of 'The Association', the concept of 'the style' and 'the life', the consideration of regional characteristic of climate and locality had reflected Motono's interest and recognition before 'The Association' established. Motono made much of fundamental theme; "principle", "essence", "humanity", as well as functionality and rationality in architecture, and treated the architecture with a broad view of "life". His design activities widely range from interior, furniture and graphic design to buildings, mainly houses.