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Miami Beach Deco

Miami Beach Deco

Written by Steven Brooke, Foreword by Beth Dunlop

Steven Brooke, whose dazzling photography of Miami’s Art Deco District once helped spur the area’s preservation, now captures the incredible architectural restoration of this glamorous international playground. During the 1930s, Miami Beach emerged as an epicenter of Art Deco architecture. Against the azure sky gleamed buildings that boasted voluptuous curves, nautical elements, Jazz Age ornamentation, and seductive neon. After the area fell into decline in the 1970s and ’80s, Steven Brooke and others successfully campaigned to…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $9.98

Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth House

Michael Craig-Martin at Chatsworth House

Written by Michael Bracewell

A book documenting Michael Craig-Martin’s installation of twelve new large-scale works in the gardens at Chatsworth House. Each work is an immense, vibrantly colored line drawing in space, fabricated in steel. The book also documents a concurrent exhibition curated by Craig-Martin at Chatsworth House, including sculptures from the Devonshire Collection, in which Craig-Martin has swapped their traditional bases for bright pink plinths, and a visually arresting selection of drawings from the Old Master Drawings Cabinet, including…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 100 pages | $50.00

One Sweet Cookie

One Sweet Cookie

Written by Tracey Zabar, Photographed by Ellen Silverman

A delectable collection of cookie recipes from New York’s best chefs, pastry chefs, and bakers. Cookies are the perfect end to a wonderful meal. One-bite meringues and macaroons melt in your mouth, while linzers and tuiles are the ultimate fanciful confections. Tracey Zabar has selected distinctly original cookie recipes from seventy-five of the very best culinary talents in Manhattan. Some are the chefs’ personal recipes, while others are the signature creations of top restaurants-Le Cirque, Eleven…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $12.98

A Tradition of Serenity: The Tropical Houses of Ong-ard Satrabhandhu

A Tradition of Serenity: The Tropical Houses of Ong-ard Satrabhandhu

Written by Ong-ard Satrabhandhu, Photographed by Francois Halard

This beautifully photographed volume showcases the Thai houses by the internationally renowned architect. Considered the Axel Vervoordt of Asia for his masterful use of ancient architectural elements and age-old materials, Ong-Ard Satrabhandhu is an architect whose unique style reflects its northern Thai—or Lanna—roots while keeping a firm footing in contemporary style. Lanna architecture is characterized by the concept of simplicity, nature, and focusing on “discovery, not invention.” In a meaningful and informed manner, Ong-Ard Architects preserves…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $75.00

Vogue Knitting

Vogue Knitting

Written by Art Joinnides, Foreword by Anna Sui, Introduction by Trisha Malcom

This “best of” volume celebrates Vogue Knitting’s thirtieth anniversary and is a must-have for knitters at all levels. Whether you are a young or an old knitter, a novice or an expert, one thing remains true: Vogue Knitting magazine is the bible for innovative and inspiring knitted garments. In the past decades, the handcrafted revolution has converted lovers of fashion and young people alike into obsessive knitters. Vogue Knitting, the most respected knitting magazine in the…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 288 pages | $19.98

Wine in Words

Wine in Words

Written by Lettie Teague

Delectably brief essays that tell you only what you need to know to enjoy wine. There are wine encyclopedias, bibles, and guides—this is not one of those books. It doesn’t contain everything, just the really important stuff: the truly key wines, grapes, regions; tips about wine buying, aging, and storage; and useful explanations about tasting notes and whether or not vintages really matter. In short, this book covers the real absolutes that you need to know…

April 2015 | eBook | 240 pages | $29.95

Wine in Words

Wine in Words

Written by Lettie Teague, Illustrated by Wacso

Delectably brief essays that tell you only what you need to know to enjoy wine. There are wine encyclopedias, bibles, and guides—this is not one of those books. It doesn’t contain everything, just the really important stuff: the truly key wines, grapes, regions; tips about wine buying, aging, and storage; and useful explanations about tasting notes and whether or not vintages really matter. In short, this book covers the real absolutes that you need to know…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 232 pages | $29.95

Rachel Ashwell The World of Shabby Chic

Rachel Ashwell The World of Shabby Chic

Written by Rachel Ashwell

At the heart of Shabby Chic is Rachel Ashwell’s unique take on characterful, time-worn, faded elegance underpinned with total comfort and a strong practical streak. In this inspiring book, published to mark twenty-five years of bringing her special brand of beauty, comfort and function to the global marketplace, Rachel shares with us the story of her life journey, the origins of her creativity, the ups and downs of running a business and a glorious abundance of…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $45.00

A Lot on Her Plate

A Lot on Her Plate

Written by Rosie Birkett, Photographed by Helen Cathcart

A beautiful, modern cookbook perfect for creating super-quick meals with a lighter touch to enjoy with family and friends. From food obsessive Rosie Birkett comes a collection of imaginative, delicious, and approachable recipes that draw on the culinary vibrancy of seasonal, fresh produce and simple, store-cupboard ingredients. There’s something to suit every taste, pocket, and occasion in this vivid and beautifully photographed cookbook.Rosie knows how to make simple, seasonal ingredients sing—A Lot on Her Plate encourages…

April 2015 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $39.95

Abderrahim Yamou

Abderrahim Yamou

Edited by Michel Gauthier

The flower and plant utopia of Abderrahim Yamou, a Moroccan artist of international renown born in Casablanca in 1959, who divides his time between Paris and Marrakech. This volume, through over 200 works, represents the primary themes and issues addressed by Abderrahim Yamou: his skillful handling of chromatic values, scale, shadow, light, reflections, solid colors, nuances, and transparencies that weave an imaginary floral world that may be related to the Saharan dream of the garden.

April 2015 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $55.00

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