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Unformatted text preview: stones and moss; enclosure; garden view from veranda as a form of meditation. D. The tea ceremony , refined and ritualized by Sen-no-Rikyu (ca. 1520-91); the tea aesthetic ( wabi ) as a meditative exercise and an escape from the aggression and pressure of feudal society, the teahouse and garden approach. D. The stroll garden , meandering pathways create fragmented views, aesthetic based on movement; Katsuru Rikyu IV. The Rustic Palace. Katsura Rikyu , Kyoto, 1605-63, patrons: Princes Toshihito and Noritada. The imperial familys suburban residence within a walled garden; an abstract and aestheticized version of rural rusticity. Note: Asymmetry and flexibility of interior space, diagonal interior flow of movement, staged views from interior to exterior, shoin rooms, shoji screens, built in furnishings including tokonama niche, ambling garden paths with teahouse as destination....
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This note was uploaded on 10/08/2010 for the course ARCHITECTU 170 taught by Professor Gonzales during the Spring '10 term at University of California, Berkeley.
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