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1001 Bicycles to Dream of Riding

1001 Bicycles to Dream of Riding

Edited by Guy Kesteven

Lavishly illustrated, comprehensive, and authoritative, this guide to the 1,001 most important and groundbreaking bicycles is the perfect book for cycling enthusiasts and bike experts alike. This latest volume in the hugely popular 1001 series surveys the world’s most popular mode of transport-the bicycle. Ever since the nineteenth century, when bicycles first appeared, they have captivated the imaginations of those around them, inspiring great feats of innovation, design, sporting prowess, and healthy and green living. A…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 960 pages | $17.98

Alison Berger: Glass and Light

Alison Berger: Glass and Light

Foreword by Holly Hunt, Contribution by Matilda McQuaid and Pilar Viladas

In this stunning monograph, Berger presents her evocative light fixtures, functional objects, furnishings, and large-scale sculptures in combination with the diverse imagery and objects that inspired them. Obsessed with light for as long as she can remember, Alison Berger used to catch fireflies as a child and put them in glass jars – an activity that has inspired more than twenty years’ worth of exquisite work in handblown glass. Using age-old glass-blowing techniques to create essential forms…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $65.00

There's Always Room for Chocolate

There’s Always Room for Chocolate

Written by Naomi Josepher, Jon Payson and Georgia Freedman

The pure fun of classic American chocolate treats. The Chocolate Room has become a place of pilgrimage for chocolate lovers from near and far, thanks to its simple mission: to create treats that bring back those original childhood memories of the pure joy of chocolate. Its chefs have a knack for reconstructing a classic American recipe in ways that improve on the original. Their showstopping Chocolate Layer Cake, for instance, is the cake all other chocolate…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 176 pages | $32.50

Amelia Handegan

Amelia Handegan

Written by Amelia Handegan, Contribution by Ingrid Abramovitch, Photographed by Pieter Estersohn

This book will appeal to interior design lovers who bought Suzanne Kasler and The Welcoming House, it is an appealing approach to creating fresh interiors rooted in warmth and comfort. Leading Southern interior designer Amelia Handegan is known for her sophisticated eclectic interiors and for her restoration of nationally recognized historic houses. Like the legendary Albert Hadley, Handegan fearlessly embraces a mix of Old World elements, such as antiques, wall murals, luxurious fabrics and passementerie, and…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $50.00

Another Girl Another Planet

Another Girl Another Planet

Written by Valerie Phillips, Text by Arvida Byström

Celebrating the unique fashion sensibility of fearless young women and the spirit of girl power. A generation of girls grew up with Valerie Phillips’s work pinned on their bedroom walls. The self-confessed Peter Pan is famous for capturing the essence of female youth—girls who boldly unravel their individual quirks before the camera, with loads of spark and beautifully unpredictable things going on in their heads.

In this personally curated volume, Phillips has selected her best work from…

September 2016 | Trade Paperback | 208 pages | $35.00

The Architecture of John Simpson

The Architecture of John Simpson

Written by David Watkin, Foreword by H.R.H. The Prince of Wales

The residential and institutional architecture and interior design by an eminent London-based classical architect. John Simpson is one of the world’s leading practitioners of new classicism, a contemporary architecture movement that continues the practice of classical and traditional architecture and embraces the virtues of durability, functionality, and beauty. Simpson’s design ethos revolves around the notion that architecture is a public art where each facade forms the character and shape of the public realm—the streets, the squares,…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $85.00

The Arctic

The Arctic

Written by Sven-Olof Lindblad and Elizabeth Warner

Some of the most stunning photography of the Arctic ever published–before it vanishes. Inspired by the success and critical acclaim of Ice: Portraits of Vanishing Glaciers, Sven-Olof Lindblad focuses on documenting the Arctic at the most critical period for the region in history–as it faces global warming and expanding international exploration. Unlike other photography books on this region that focus on a singular aspect, The Arctic documents imagery of the wildlife, people, and landscapes.Stunning scenery, magnificent…

October 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $50.00

Ari Marcopoulos: Not Yet

Ari Marcopoulos: Not Yet

Written by Ari Marcopoulos, Foreword by Robert Slifkin, Text by Catherine Taft and Neville Wakefield

The definitive monograph of Ari Marcopoulos, the renowned photographer whose explicit and startling visual intimacy bridges art and street photography. For nearly four decades, Ari Marcopoulos has broken conventions with his candid and raw style. His photographs documenting subcultures such as skateboarding, snowboarding, and hip-hop; his tendencies to photograph stark landscapes, portraits of artists, and celebrities; and his extremely quiet and intimate photos of his family and friends have all been hugely influential in helping to…

September 2016 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $85.00

The Art Lovers' Guide: London

The Art Lovers’ Guide: London

Written by Sam Phillips

The best guidebook for those who want to experience the finest art in London. The first fully illustrated guide to the collections of London’s Museums and Galleries that actually works the way people like to see art. Rather than taking the old fashioned approach of listing the city’s various museums and then describing highlights, this book focuses on the art. Arranged chronologically from ancient art through today, the book is part guide and part art history…

September 2016 | Trade Paperback | 240 pages | $4.98

The Art Lovers' Guide: New York

The Art Lovers’ Guide: New York

Written by Morgan Falconer

The best guidebook for those who want to experience the finest art in New York. The first fully illustrated guide to the collections of New York’s Museums and Galleries that actually works the way people like to see art. Rather than taking the old fashioned approach of listing the city’s various museums and then describing highlights, this book focuses on the art. Arranged chronologically from ancient art through today, the book is part guide and part…

September 2016 | Trade Paperback | 240 pages | $4.98

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