Architectural Heritage Preservation in Japan
June 9-14 helped interpret for a group of University students and professors studying architectural heritage preservation in Japan. As a part of the course, students spent one week in Miyama (京都府美山町), known for its thatch roofs. Ozeki-san a Japanese timber framer, helped organize the Miyama portion of the course. Ozeki-san standing in the guesthouse and cafe he built. This building features various interior finishes plastered by some of Japan's most renowned plasterers.
Posted by Kyle Holzhueter