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100 Buildings

100 Buildings

Written by Thom Mayne and Eui-Sung Yi, Text by Val Warke

An accessible primer to the most important architectural touchstones of our time by today’s leading architects and teachers of architecture.
 
For this volume, over forty internationally renowned architects and educators—from Peter Eisenman and the late Zaha Hadid to Rafael Moneo and Cesar Pelli—were asked to list the top 100 twentieth-century architectural projects they would teach to students. The contributors were encouraged to select built projects where formal, spatial, technological, and organizational concepts responded to dynamic…

October 2017 | Trade Paperback | 264 pages | $25.00

Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling

Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling

Written by Brad Cloepfil, Afterword by Joseph Becker

Drawing on examples of his own instantly recognizable user-friendly modern design, Brad Cloepfil, principal of celebrated firm Allied Works Architecture, demonstrates how to create serene havens for modern living. Allied Works Architecture: Dwelling is dedicated to the renowned firm’s residential works, which are laboratories for experiments in form and building craft informing the firm’s growing portfolio of large-scale projects around the globe. Guided by principles of craft and innovation, Allied Works creates designs that resonate with their…

October 2017 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

Antony Gormley

Antony Gormley

Written by Martin Caiger-Smith

For more than thirty-five years, since his first solo exhibition at the Whitechapel Gallery, Antony Gormley has sought to explore the relationship of the human body to space and to reinvigorate and test the potential of sculpture.  
 
This beautiful and definitive monograph examines the entirety of Gormley’s career, from his earliest sketches to his best-known public installations. With unprecedented access not only to the archives but to the working studio and to the artist himself, Martin Caiger-Smith…

November 2017 | Hardcover | 472 pages | $150.00

Architecture Inside-Out

Architecture Inside-Out

Written by John Zukowsky, Illustrated by Robbie Polley

Fifty of the world’s most important buildings seen through specially commissioned isometric illustrations and detailed photographs and plans, providing the perfect introduction to architecture for students and anyone interested in buildings.

Taking readers behind architecture’s facades and finishes, this charmingly illustrated book explores how some of the most important buildings in the world were constructed. Specially commissioned isometric drawings present the essential structural elements of the world’s masterpiece buildings that are not visible to the naked eye….

February 2018 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $35.00

Bars, Taverns, and Dives New Yorkers Love

Bars, Taverns, and Dives New Yorkers Love

Written by John Tebeau

With charming original illustrations, this book celebrates fifty of the Big Apple’s storied taverns, legendary dives, and bars and the drink recipes that will inspire you to become a regular.

For cocktail enthusiasts and those seeking the most real New York watering holes, this is a comprehensive guide to the city’s legendary bars, taverns, and dives across all five boroughs, featuring stories, insider tips, and delicious cocktail recipes.

From McSorley’s in the East Village and the…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 208 pages | $29.95

Be Your Own Decorator

Be Your Own Decorator

Written by Susanna Salk

Selecting favorite rooms from more than fifty renowned designers such as Kelly Wearstler, Bunny Williams, Albert Hadley, Nate Berkus, and Mary McDonald—and shot by the world’s top shelter photographers—Susanna Salk offers insightful advice on how to apply basic design principles to interiors.

Organized into chapters on balance, color, mixing, accessorizing, arrangements, rule breaking, and whimsy, Salk walks through the process of great design, illustrating how the featured designers made the decisions they did to make these rooms…

March 2018 | Hardcover | 272 pages | $29.95

Becoming Barbra

Becoming Barbra

Written by Bill Eppridge

Becoming Barbra presents a never-before-seen look at a star in the making by an award-winning photographer with full access.

From the humble beginnings of Barbra Streisand’s career in 1963 to full-fledged stardom in 1966, renowned Life magazine photographer Bill Eppridge had full access to the young singer. He photographed Streisand shopping in a thrift shop; trying on outfits in her apartment; and there’s an appearance on the The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson—then live from New York. Eppridge documented Streisand meeting…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 144 pages | $39.95

Bistro

Bistro

Written by Alain Ducasse

From the world’s most preeminent French chef comes an all-new collection of hearty, homey bistro recipes.

Alain Ducasse, iconic chef and author of Simple Nature, presents a collection of recipes from his worldwide network of French bistros—Allard (in Paris), Aux Lyonnais (Paris), and Benoît (Paris, New York, and Tokyo). A relaxing, convivial alternative to haute cuisine, bistro cooking most closely approaches the British gastropub or Italian osteria tradition, with less formal dishes served with local wine. Ducasse and…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 260 pages | $35.00

Brooks Brothers

Brooks Brothers

Edited by Kate Betts

A visual celebration of Brooks Brothers’ remarkable heritage and how its iconic clothing has been worn and revered by cultural figures, fashionable rule breakers, and pop-culture icons.

Since 1818, Brooks Brothers, America’s oldest clothing brand, has grown into a global sartorial institution that has influenced American style through its iconic fashions, which conjure intimate memories of pivotal life events—from your first navy blazer as a child to stepping into a bespoke suit on your wedding day….

November 2017 | Hardcover | 256 pages | $50.00

Bruce Springsteen

Bruce Springsteen

Foreword by Maureen Orth, Contribution by Chris Murray, Photographed by David Gahr

An unprecedented look at a very young Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, from the group’s creation and early New Jersey days to their meteoric rise and seminal Born in the USA tour, in photographs almost all not previously published.

David Gahr (1922–2008) was tapped by Columbia Records designer John Berg to shoot cover art for Bruce Springsteen’s second album, The Wild, the Innocent and the E Street Shuffle. Gahr’s earliest photographs of the musician showcase a youthful Springsteen,…

April 2018 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $39.95

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