Dana Buntrock is a Professor in the University of California, Berkeley’s Department of Architecture. Her publications focus on interdisciplinary collaborations in Japanese architecture and construction practices, starting with her first book, Japanese Architecture as a Collaborative Process: Opportunities in a Flexible Construction Culture (London: Spon, 2000). She has authored two academic books, a monograph and dozens of articles in professional and academic journals, works translated into Japanese, Korean, Chinese and Spanish. She is currently drafting a new construction textbook written for architects---likely to be an insanely long effort simply because of the scope of the topic.

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