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Brooklyn Bar Bites

Brooklyn Bar Bites

Written by Barbara Scott-Goodman, Photographed by Jennifer May

This lively cookbook celebrates Brooklyn’s happening bar culture—from the mixologists who craft classic and original cocktails to the talented chefs who create delicious dishes made with fresh-from-the-market ingredients to accompany the drinks. Brooklyn Bar Bites covers the offerings of the current crop of popular neighborhood bars, cocktail lounges, and restaurants. A variety of classic and inventive cocktails from Brooklyn’s best bartenders—from a Classic Old Fashioned to a Kimchi Bloody Mary—are showcased. The accompanying dishes range from…

March 2016 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $29.95

Brooklyn Interiors

Brooklyn Interiors

Written by Kathleen Hackett, Photographed by Matthew Williams

Brooklyn today fosters creative communities as never before, and they have cultivated a renegade approach to style—one rooted in broad-minded eclecticism and independence. Brooklyn Interiors roams through twenty-four homes that embody this spirit—from brownstones and row houses to lofts and apartments. Each one exemplifies a knack for beautifully reconciling a respect for tradition, an embrace of modernism, and an appreciation for the handcrafted. In these spaces designed by the individuals who inhabit them, a rallying ideal…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $45.00

Building Bacardi

Building Bacardi

Written by Allan T. Shulman

Richly illustrated with vintage, powerfully graphic, and often glamorous imagery, Building Bacardi tells the story of the iconic brand’s love affair with high design. Anyway you drink it … Bacardi rum is the mixable one. Bacardi is best known for its rum and trademark bat logo, yet the famed spirits company has also been a force in the development of avant-garde art and architecture. True to the company slogan, Bacardi has asserted its corporate identity through…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $60.00

Carlos Herrera

Carlos Herrera

Written by Carlos Herrera, Foreword by Richard Rogers, Photographed by Allan Fis

A lavish volume on the work of Mexican architect Carlos Herrera, who is known for beautifully sited houses that dissolve boundaries between indoors and outdoors. This beautiful monograph is the first book in English on Carlos Herrera, a prolific architect with built work throughout Mexico and Central America. Known for his modernist sensibilities and organic use of nature, Herrera is considered an important member of the Mexican architectural tradition. Here exquisite photographs of Herrera’s work, sited…

February 2016 | Hardcover | 394 pages | $75.00

Casa Mexico

Casa Mexico

Written by Annie Kelly, Photographed by Tim Street-Porter

Renowned for its picturesque charm, Mexico has lured design-world insiders to its retreats, as presented in this inspirational selection of some of the latest Mexican design trends from the Yucatán. In recent years leading international tastemakers have been drawn to the vibrant culture of the Yucatán. In Mérida—the region’s sixteenth-century capital—they have renovated many of the romantic Spanish colonial town houses into stylish retreats. In the nearby towns of Valladolid and Coba, picturesque houses surrounded by…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $55.00

Catherine Murphy

Catherine Murphy

Contribution by John Yau and Svetlana Alpers

Published by Skira Rizzoli in association with Peter Freeman, Inc.

Catherine Murphy has been celebrated as a representational painter of exceptional precision, and this, her first monograph, Catherine Murphy, surveys her complete work, which unites American Minimalism and American naturalist painting. Murphy has evolved a style that combines obsessive authenticity with Minimalist rigor. From the shaded lawns of the New Jersey suburbs to the Massachusetts woods, from childhood interiors to self-portraits and detailed images of buttons and dust, carpeted stairs, or a…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 192 pages | $55.00

Contemporary Interiors

Contemporary Interiors

Written by Philip Jodidio

A must-have design source, with cutting-edge ideas from the world’s best designers and architects. Contemporary Interiors showcases a wide range of twenty-first-century residences by world-renowned architects and designers. Filled with more than 300 color illustrations, specialist Philip Jodidio compiles from around the globe fifty of the most innovative homes designed and built within the last five years. Whether urban or rural, large or small, the book has projects that are international in scope: a summer home…

March 2016 | Hardcover | 304 pages | $45.00

Designing Life's Celebrations

Designing Life’s Celebrations

Written by DeJuan Stroud, Foreword by Jon Bon Jovi and Dorothea Bon Jovi

A fresh guide to entertaining, with a focus on tabletop and floral design, from celebrity event designer DeJuan Stroud. DeJuan Stroud is known for elegant weddings, celebrity events, and movie premieres, but his dream is to inspire and encourage everyone to bring flowers and beauty into their lives in an effortless way. In his first book, he presents seventeen at-home celebrations featuring spectacular tabletops, glorious centerpieces, and simple how-to floral projects. The party themes range widely…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $50.00

Drive Time

Drive Time

Written by Aaron Sigmond, Foreword by Jay Leno, Contribution by Elvis Mitchell and Ariel Adams

A century of automotive-inspired watches. This lavish volume is a fascinating exploration of the interplay between two kinds of beautifully made machines. A detailed look at the development and history of timepieces influenced by automotive design, made in direct partnership with automotive firms or historically important presences in the world of motorsports. A comprehensive index features more than ninety automobile-inspired watches of the early and mid-twentieth century, such as the Rolex Daytona and TAG Heuer Carrera…

April 2016 | Hardcover | 240 pages | $85.00

Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington

Written by Steven Brower and Mercedes Ellington, Contribution by Dave Brubeck and Quincy Jones, Introduction by Tony Bennett

Beautifully illustrated and unparalleled in scope, this is an elegant visual celebration befitting the life and work of the “prince of the piano.” Duke Ellington was the undisputed father of the American songbook. A prolific writer and consummate performer, Ellington was the author of such standards as “Solitude,” “Prelude to a Kiss,” and “It Don’t Mean a Thing (If It Ain’t Got that Swing).” With a career that spanned five decades, he is one of the…

March 2016 | Hardcover | 224 pages | $55.00

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