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Japanese Rooms / Photo book

Japanese Rooms
Japanese Rooms

Discipline: Communication

Discipline: Communication

82 intimate insights into Japanese life. Over the course of nine years,
artist and graphic designer Sven Ingmar Thies dealt with several questions:
How do the Japanese live in Japan? How do they live abroad? Do they create
their own culture in foreign cities? What do they take with them from home?
Feelings, things - sensuous or tangible memories? The result is a 192-page
photography book containing English-Japanese interviews and texts which
convey intimate insights into the lives of 82 Japanese citizens in five
global cities: Tokyo, Berlin, New York, Shanghai and Vienna.

Client / Manufacturer

Thies Design

Thies Design
Hamburg, Germany

Design

Thies Design

Thies Design
Hamburg, Germany

Sven Ingmar Thies