- Author:Yukio Futagawa
- Publisher:ADA Editors (August 2001)
- Pages:108 pages
- FB2 format1180 kb
- ePUB format1926 kb
- DJVU format1249 kb
- Formats:mobi lit lrf azw
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GA will continue to operate under the direction of Yukio’s son Yoshio.
Futagawa was best known as the founder of the distinguished Global Architecture (GA) Publishing Group, which he established in 1970, and director of Global Architecture (GA) magazine. Throughout his 60-year-long career, Futagawa photographed modernist works from some of the world’s most famous architects and presented them in elegant magazine and book series. GA will continue to operate under the direction of Yukio’s son Yoshio.