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Stanze/Rooms

Stanze/Rooms

Written by Beppe Finessi, Designed by Leonardo Sonnoli

The masters of Italian design from 1918 to today.
 
A century of Italian interior design seen through the work of its central figures, from Gio Ponti to Franco Albini, from Carlo Mollino to Luigi Caccia Dominioni, from Umberto Riva to our own day. It is a compelling story and accompanied by a visual atlas of 250 projects and illustrated with more than 1,000 archival images.

March 2017 | Hardcover | 448 pages | $70.00

Adobe Houses

Adobe Houses

Written by Kathryn Masson, Photographed by David Glomb, Introduction by Jarrell Clark Jackman

Alluring adobe-brick houses of California here hint at the charms of a bygone age while offering, at the same time, a vision for home today.
 
Adobe residences from the Spanish and Mexican eras were the original California houses. Architects, designers, builders, and homeowners today, as in the past, look to their simple, utilitarian features—such as plain, whitewashed walls, beamed ceilings, and intimate open-air courtyards—and try to emulate their forms to capture the charm of a…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $60.00

Big Shots!

Big Shots!

Foreword by Pharrell Williams, Photographed by Phillip Leeds

A unique record of hip-hop history from the late 1990s through to the present, captured through informal Polaroid portraiture.
 
Just as Andy Warhol: Red Books defined a generation of artists, Big Shots offers a collection of photos that captures the energy of the world of hip-hop and the greater worlds of music and fashion alike. Started as snaps of friends and visitors, this unprecedented volume shot by Phillip Leeds, former tour manager of Kelis and N.E.R.D.,…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $24.95

The Bucket List

The Bucket List

Edited by Kath Stathers

With 1,000 adventures for all ages, it’s never too soon or too late to begin the things you’ve only dreamed of doing.
 
We all have things we’d like to do—one day—but work, family, school, money, and responsibilities get in the way. This invaluable guide to fun, fantastic, and life-affirming activities features an eclectic range of ideas such as self-improvement, sports-related endeavors, natural wonders, cultural experiences, culinary delights, and more. From glassblowing in the Czech Republic…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 496 pages | $35.00

The Garden of Peter Marino

The Garden of Peter Marino

Written by Peter Marino, Foreword by Claude Lalanne, Photographed by Jason Schmidt and Manolo Yllera

The internationally acclaimed architect’s grounds of his Hamptons estate on Long Island, New York—a lush garden oasis masterfully transformed over the course of two decades.
 
Peter Marino’s quintessentially American landscape is a combination of organizational rigor and a joyful informality in the use of plant materials. The gardens feature carefully curated plants, trees, and flowers on twelve acres including a “color wheel” of purple, pink, red, and yellow gardens, evergreen trees, an apple orchard, a…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 262 pages | $85.00

House Style

House Style

Edited by Hamish Bowles, Foreword by Duke of Devonshire, Text by Kimberly Chrisman-Campbell and Charlotte Mosley, Introduction by Countess of Burlington

Chatsworth has been home to the Cavendish family and the hereditary dukes of Devonshire since the original Elizabethan house was built on the site purchased by Sir William Cavendish in 1549. A famous historic house in England, Chatsworth is renowned as much for its fashionable history—its majestic dresses and tiaras, its magnificent lace and splendid uniforms—as its unrivaled collection of art, its palatial gardens, and its celebrated family dynasty.
 
House Style takes the reader through…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $45.00

Junk Type

Junk Type

Written by Bill Rose, Introduction by Mike Essl

A graphic compendium of vintage American design and typography.
 
Junk Type is a project driven by the passion of one man to document a disappearing aspect of American culture. Bill Rose—aka Recapturist—is a photographer and designer who has spent the last decade traveling across America looking for junkyards, yard sales, antique stores, and other unlikely sources of inspiration to capture examples of postwar American typography and design before they’re lost forever.
 
Bringing together more…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $35.00

London Sartorial

London Sartorial

Written by Dylan Jones

The new looks, updated traditions, and influential designers defining men’s fashion today, from the world’s capital of gentlemen’s style.
 
Combining the unique heritage of gentlemen’s tailoring with a progressive approach to street style, London is fast becoming the world’s capital of men’s fashion. For this book, Dylan Jones presents a discerning sartorialist’s guide to the capital, from London’s coolest neighborhoods to the studios of its most influential designers and beyond.
 
Beginning with an exploration…

April 2017 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $45.00

Painting Paintings (David Reed) 1975

Painting Paintings (David Reed) 1975

Edited by Katy Siegel, Contribution by Christopher Wool

A beautiful showcase of David Reed’s 1974–75 paintings and related works.
 
A companion to the upcoming exhibition of Reed’s 1974–75 brushstroke paintings, this book features color plates of works originally exhibited in 1975 at Susan Caldwell Gallery. Along with installation images and plates from that seminal exhibition, related paintings, performances, and film images appear throughout the book in the form of a visual essay. New texts by Richard Hell and Reed appear alongside reprints from…

April 2017 | Trade Paperback | 208 pages | $40.00

Parisian Chic Look Book

Parisian Chic Look Book

Written by Ines de la Fressange and Sophie Gachet, Contribution by Jeanne Le Bault, Photographed by BenoƮt Peverelli

A brand-new book of fashion secrets by New York Times best-selling author, model, and Parisienne extraordinaire, Ines de la Fressange.
 
Ines de la Fressange’s personal style is chic yet relaxed in every situation. While a navy-and-white- striped nautical top with slim, cropped jeans and flats is a classic French look, it’s harder to pinpoint how Parisians unfailingly blend elegance and allure with such ease. In this sequel to her best seller Parisian Chic, the world’s…

April 2017 | Trade Paperback | 160 pages | $29.95

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