Princeton Architectural Press Spring 2022 Catalog

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Adult Trade Books 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Love & Justice Please Wait to Be Tasted Fearless: Harriet Quimby: A Life Without Limit Stories of Japanese Tea Happy Plant The Craft Brewery Cookbook 50 Things to Do in the Urban Wild Forever Home Weaving Big on a Little Loom Beyond the Garden Together by Design Prop Man Radical Practice Recurrent Visions The Women Who Changed Architecture Bamboo Contemporary Architectural Gardens

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Bear and the Whisper of the Wind The Atlas of Migrating Plants and Animals The Lady and the Unicorn At the Sea

Paper + Goods 26 27 28 29 30 31 32

Drawing Trees Modern Sudoku Vintage Sudoku Clothwork: The Textile Art of Ayako Miyawaki At the Farmer’s Market: 1000 Piece Puzzle At the Beach: 1000 Piece Puzzle Chickenology: 1000 Piece Puzzle

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Adult Trade Books


The personal story of artist, activist, and influencer Laetitia Ky, known for sculpting her own hair to create playful and powerful artwork that embraces the beauty of Black hair and style, the fight for social justice, and the journey toward self-love. Part memoir, part art book, part feminist manifesto, Love and Justice is joyful, inspirational, and life-affirming.

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The Fight for Justice and the Equality of Sexes

Everyday Sexism Sexism doesn’t always manifest as violent behavior toward women. It can be subtle and scarcely noticeable, which makes it all the more vicious because it’s difficult to identify. Even the most privileged among us face the realities of everyday sexism, which encompasses derogatory language, stereotypes, words, gestures, and acts that exclude, infantilize, marginalize, belittle, destabilize, and delegitimize women. It is present everywhere: home, work, school, advertising, education, and even among women who are the recipients of this mistreatment. Everyday sexism includes:

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The myth of the “maternal instinct”—the idea that women are naturally inclined to care for children. Often, women like myself who don’t want children are viewed as unnatural and selfish, although men who express the same sentiment are never questioned. The expectation that women will ultimately leave a job in order to have children, leading to women being passed over for positions or promotions in favor of men. The demand for women to “smile because it makes you look prettier”—which perpetuates the toxic belief that women are ornaments to be looked at and admired rather than individuals with a right to their own feelings and expression. “I only know that people call me a feminist whenever I express sentiments that differentiate me from a doormat.” —Rebecca West Many women are ashamed to call themselves feminists because of the negative connotations that patriarchy has given to this word. But being a feminist just means you want women to be treated like human beings, with our dignity intact and our rights acknowledged. Being a feminist means you want to fight injustice and stand up for yourself and other women. Feminism is ultimately about our power to choose who we are and who we wish to be, on our own terms. Feminism is about equality—that’s what makes it a powerful concept instead of a dirty word.

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A Journey of Empowerment, Activism, and Embracing Black Beauty Laetitia Ky

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The patronizing and condescending attitudes displayed toward women—for example, when men help women lift objects even when they don’t need help or when they interrupt or speak over women. The assumption that if a woman has luxury items, a man must have bought them for her—an assumption I’ve often faced personally!

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Beauty and Skin Color Skin color is a powerful aspect of Ivorian identity that’s embedded in our unspoken inferiority complex. In the aftermath of colonization, which taught us that dark skin is less beautiful than pale skin, many people still walk around with the belief that they are ugly.

Laetitia Ky is a polyvalent artist, a one-of-a-kind creative voice, and a hugely popular Instagram and TikTok influencer with millions of followers. Ky uses her own hair (with the help of extensions, wool, wire, and thread) to craft and photograph unique and compelling sculptures. As a passionate advocate for social justice, Ky shines a light on the pressing issues of our time: sex-based and racial oppression, harmful beauty standards, shame and its corrosive effect on mental health, and more. Love and Justice showcases 135 remarkable photographs interwoven with stories about Ky’s Ivory Coast childhood, her strong family ties, her embrace of her African roots, her own journey toward self-love, and her desire to lift up other women— especially Black women. Ky’s striking words and images honestly celebrate women’s sexuality and the female body and call for women’s empowerment—extending a generous invitation for us all to love ourselves and to work toward a more just world.

During colonization, some people with lighter skin had access to opportunities that were usually only afforded to White people. In our current society, this flawed favoritism hasn’t changed much. The lighter you are, the more beautiful you are considered— and we all know that we live in a world where being beautiful can amplify our chances of being successful. I’d never thought much about my skin color until the age of ten, when kids at school gave me a pejorative nickname related to the darkness of my skin. I was troubled, but it wasn’t a fixation at first. Over time, very slowly, I started to wish my skin was lighter. I even remember asking my mom for permission to bleach my skin. Skin bleaching entails using products that lighten dark areas on the skin to attain a lighter complexion. These products are extremely popular across Africa and in other parts of the world (many of which have populations with naturally dark skin) and include creams, soaps, and professional treatments. My mother replied with a big no. She said that I couldn’t make this decision at such a young age, but that once I turned eighteen I would have the right to do so. I was so mad, because some girls my age who went to my school had already started bleaching their skin. A lot of the other women around me were also doing the same. I remember a nice woman who worked in our home; she slept in my bedroom because we didn’t have a separate room available. As much as I loved and appreciated this woman, it was terrible to share a room with her, as her nightly ritual was to apply bleaching cream just before bed and it had a disgusting smell that made me want to vomit. I recall waiting in the living room every night because it would take at least two hours for the stench to dissipate. I was too shy to ask her to stop using the offending product, so I endured the torture. Most of the skin-bleaching products in Africa are inexpensive and have an awful smell; the full ingredients are usually not listed, so people don’t even know what they are putting on their skin. Vendors with no expertise in chemistry create weird concoctions with potentially harmful ingredients to help women lighten their skin

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Be Kind The way we act toward other people is often more a reflection of who we are than of who they are. What we believe about ourselves often gets projected onto the world around us. The moments in my past when I wasn’t very kind to others were connected to feelings of hate I had for myself, and in general, people who treat others with hostility and aggression are likely treating themselves with the same attitude.

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Someone who truly loves herself will naturally extend this love to the people around her. Her words and actions will be compassionate and uplifting. When we love ourselves, we love others; and when we love others, we love ourselves. If you spread positivity, you will start to direct a certain amount of this positivity toward yourself—not to mention, you will also attract kindness and goodwill from other people.

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Laetitia Ky is an artist, photographer, model, actress, activist, fashion designer, and social media influencer. Ky was named one of PAPER magazine’s top 100 people “taking over 2019.” She grew up in Abidjan, Ivory Coast.

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MEMOIR


Foreword by Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Meshell Ndegeocello Home cooks will love serving up bold-flavored tropical comfort food from Please Wait to Be Tasted, the first cookbook from Lil’ Deb’s Oasis, the James Beard Award–nominated hot spot in Hudson, New York. More than a recipe collection, it’s a bighearted celebration of food, love, and community.

Please Wait to Be Tasted The Lil’ Deb’s Oasis Cookbook Carla Kaya Perez-Gallardo, Hannah Black, Wheeler Photographs by Jessica Pettway Foreword by Meshell Ndegeocello

For flavor-craving, art-loving, community-celebrating home cooks, Please Wait to Be Tasted serves up tropical comfort recipes, alongside musings on wine, music, love, sex, friendship, and fashion. At Lil’ Deb’s Oasis in the Hudson Valley of New York, chefs Carla Kaya Perez-Gallardo and Hannah Black, both art school graduates, have created a bright, welcoming, rainbowcolored, LGBTQ+ inclusive community, where guests are treated to “hot, sticky, juicy, moist fever dreams of flavor.” Their recipes mesh respect for cultural traditions with a twist: Ceviche Mixto with Popcorn; Charred Octopus in the Ink of Its Cousin, Sweet Plantains with Green Cream, Abuela’s Flan, and more. With Please Wait to Be Tasted (a phrase featured in the restaurant’s waiting area), you can bring these recipes home. In addition to some seventy recipes, Please Wait to Be Tasted shares the knowledge and love that go into making memorable meals at Lil’ Deb’s Oasis: essays on the restaurant’s beginnings and the chefs’ navigation of the colonial histories entangled in their recipes’ origins; tips on techniques, tools, and pantry; and lessons on how to eat well together. June 2022 7.5 x 10 in / 19 x 25.4 cm 256 pp / 170 color photographs Hardcover ISBN 978-1-64896-025-3 $35.00 / £25.00 R i g h ts: Wo r ld 53500 9 781648 960253

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Carla Kaya Perez-Gallardo was raised by three Ecuadorian women in Queens, New York, in a home with a busy kitchen. In seventh grade, she started Saborines, a summer pie company named after her grandmother. She graduated from Bard College with a studio arts degree before plunging headfirst into the restaurant world. Hannah Black was born and raised in Alabama and attended the Rhode Island School of Design, where she studied painting and developed a passion for cooking elaborate meals for her community. She has previously worked at Mission Chinese Food in New York City and Hartwood in Tulum, Mexico, before laying down roots in the Hudson Valley. Wheeler graduated from Bard College with a literature degree and was the general manager and wine guy at Lil’ Deb’s Oasis from 2017 to 2021 Meshell Ndegeocello is a Grammy-winning singer-songwriter and just a soul on the planet. She is based in Hudson, New York, where she writes, records, and composes for film and television.

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COOKBOOK


In the spirit of the bestseller Fly Girls comes the definitive and compelling true story of Harriet Quimby, the first American woman to receive a pilot’s license.

Fearless Harriet Quimby: A Life Without Limit Don Dahler

In the early twentieth century, headlines declared that “the era of women has dawned.” Against this changing historical backdrop, Harriet Quimby’s extraordinary life stands out as the embodiment of this tumultuous, exciting era—when flight was measured in minutes, not miles. This untold piece of feminist history unveils Quimby’s incredible story: rising from humble beginnings as a dirt-poor farm girl to become a globe-trotting journalist, history-making aviator, and international celebrity. With her tragic death in 1912 at the age of thirty-seven, her story faded, with her many accomplishments—the first woman to fly solo over the English Channel among them—overshadowed by major events, including the sinking of the Titanic. With black and white illustrations throughout, Fearless is the definitive biography of the first licensed female American pilot: one of the most inspiring hidden figures of history.

June 2022 6 1/8 x 9 ¼ in / 21.6 x 28 cm 336 pp, b/w illustrations throughout Hardcover 978-1-64896-035-2 $29.95 R i g h ts: Wo rld E n g lis h 52995 9 781648 960352

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Don Dahler is a former correspondent for ABC and CBS and has received every major award for broadcast journalism, including two national Emmy Awards, two Edward R. Murrow Awards a Peabody Award and an Alfred I. duPont-Columbia Award. A lifelong aviation buff and the son of an Air Force officer, Dahler lives with his family in New Jersey.

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HISTORY


Explore the artistry of Japanese tea from cultivation to cup in this comprehensive illustrated guide to the tea industry that includes the Japanese growers, their craft of tea making, and how the tradition of tea has had an influence on cuisine, art, and health.

Stories of Japanese Tea The Regions, the Growers, and the Craft Zach Mangan Foreword by David Bouley

This visual exploration of one of the world’s most popular beverages tells the stories of tea and tea making in Japan: how it is grown, harvested, and processed, as well as how it is prepared and enjoyed. Through interviews with tea growers, information on health benefits from Dr. Andrew Weil, and amazing recipes from Japanese chefs and mixologists, including Michelin-starred chef Hayashi Hirohisa and pastry chef Yoshie Shirakawa, you will discover all you ever wanted to know about Japanese tea. This perfect gift for tea lovers shares the stories of tea from its origins to the present, packaged in a beautiful photographic book shot and compiled by Zach Mangan, the founder of Kettl, a New York City- and Fukuoka-based tea and teaware company. Zach Mangan is the founder of Kettl, a New York City and Fukuoka, Japan, based tea and teaware company. He lives in Brooklyn, New York, with his wife and partner, Minami Mangan.

May 2022 6 x 8 in / 15.2 x 20.3 cm 208 pp / 188 color photographs Paperback 978-1-64896-007-9 $24.95 / £17.99 R i g h ts : Wo rld E n g lis h 52495 9 781648 960079

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FOOD & BEVERAGE


Foreword by Morgan Doane and Erin Harding of House Plant Club, authors of How to Raise a Plant: and Make It Love You Back This comprehensive visual guide to houseplant care is packed with illustrations and hand drawings, color photography, accessible infographics, and advice for first-time and experienced plant parents alike.

Chapter Two: You

YOUR NATURE FOR NURTURE Plant care is a practice rooted in the core of our beings, and our survival has always been dependent on the lush and expansive plant kingdom that surrounds us. Your curiosity about plants and desire to coexist with them is part of an ancient pull toward life. It is an evolutionary impulse to help sustain ecosystems that not only shelter, feed, and clothe you but also provide an endless source of joy and wonder. The unshakeable emotional attraction to the natural world—from forests and jungles to parks and, yes, your houseplants—is called biophilia, which in Greek means “the love of what is living.” Harvard biologist Edward O. Wilson and social ecologist Stephen R. Kellert popularized this term in their book, The Biophilia Hypothesis, arguing that humans are innately connected to nature and that our emotional attraction to the natural world underlies our biological composition.1 Wilson found that our attraction to nature (biophilia) and fear of nature (biophobia) are both part of our genetic makeup and that we tend to fear natural 45

Happy Plant A Beginner’s Guide to Cultivating Healthy Plant Care Habits Puneet Sabharwal Photographs by Cayla Zahoran Illustrations by Travis DeMello Foreword by Morgan Doane and Erin Harding

ABOVE Becoming a plant parent is about understanding that your plant is a living thing and should be treated as such, not like a decorative object, as we often see in design magazines.

trending on social media, when he saw the first new leaf starting to rise and slowly unfurl, he realized this green object he brought home was actually full of life. This moment of mutual growth transformed his houseplant from a mere object in his apartment to a living creature with a name and needs. He called me in wild amazement and was so genuinely thrilled by this new development that he kept referring to the plant as his baby. And just like the friend in your circle who sends you too many photos of their new-

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Build confidence in tending indoor plants through this guide to basic plant care, all while learning about the history of houseplants, how they communicate, and sustainable ways to troubleshoot houseplant parenting issues. Whether you’re afraid to bring home a plant or have a healthy row of potted green pals on your windowsill, this book will walk you through the trials, errors, and joys of plant care. Perfect for those who are new to gardening or who want to learn more about how plants enrich our lives, this how-to guide from Puneet Sabharwal, cofounder of popular plant subscription company Horti, is a verdant treasure trove of information on how to raise your very own houseplants.

born, he began updating me on every new leaf, his plant’s rotation schedule, and whenever a leaf turned yellow by sending a sad emoji. Just like our own bodies, it is easy to take a plant’s inner workings for granted and not bother understanding their complex biochemistry and behaviors 50

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Light DIRECT      SUN

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Water These plants want to be watered after a dry rest. Once the soil is bone-dry, wait a day or two before watering. Temperature Keep at room temperature or warmer—it will grow faster when warmer. Tolerates and enjoys hot extremes. Pets Not safe if consumed by children or pets

Probably one of the most misunderstood genera is the Sansevieria. While recent genetic tests have consolidated the genus Sansevieria into Dracaena, we will refer to them separately for practical purposes. Snake plants are erroneously sold as ultra-low-light plants, when in fact they just die very slowly in the absence of light. In the African scrublands, their native environment, they bathe in full direct sun or light shade in areas with sparse vegetation.

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controlled temperatures, alongside cacti and succulents, and can grow up to twelve feet tall. Unlike plants whose leaves reach a finite size, the leaves of snake plants continue to grow as long as conditions are stable and the tips of the leaves are not damaged. Snake plants can even

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Puneet Sabharwal is the CEO and cofounder of Horti, a plant subscription company based in Brooklyn, NY. Raised in North India, Sabharwal spent his childhood living in a religious commune with his family and is currently training to become a psychedelic therapist. He cares for more than seventy houseplants in his Greenpoint apartment, where he loves to host folks for chai-time. Happy Plant is Sabharwal’s first book.

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GARDENING


Enjoy more than seventy delicious, seasonal recipes from the country’s best independent breweries in this cookbook and beer pairing guide—a must-have book for craft beer lovers, home cooks, and fans of homebrewing.

LONG-SIMMER WEEKEND CHILI Serves 12

2 Tbsp vegetable oil 5 lbs beef chuck roast, cut into 1-in cubes 2 lbs ground turkey 1 large yellow onion, minced 6 garlic cloves, minced 1 large carrot, minced Four 14-oz cans diced tomatoes 6 chipotle chiles in adobo, minced 1 Tbsp ground cumin 1 Tbsp dried thyme Fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper 3 cups lager or stout Sour cream, for serving Shredded Cheddar cheese, for serving Chopped scallions, for serving

Atlas Brew Works

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The Pairing: Rye Stout Here’s a recipe for a crowd. It comes from the kitchen of Daniel Vilarrubi, the head brewer at Atlas Brew Works, who recommends starting early in the morning and allowing the chili to simmer all day. This adds depth to the ingredients and fills the house with aromas that build anticipation for dinner. Serve this hearty beef and turkey chili topped with sour cream, Cheddar cheese, and scallions and paired with a rye stout like Atlas Brew Works’ Silent Neighbor, which has both roast character and a touch of spice to complement the smokiness of the chipotle.

In a large Dutch oven or other heavy pot, heat the vegetable oil over medium-high heat. Working in batches, sear the chuck roast, turning, for about 2 minutes per side, or until browned all over. Transfer to a large bowl. Add the ground turkey to the pot and cook, breaking it up with a wooden spoon, for about 10 minutes, or until golden. Add to the bowl with the beef and set aside. Add the onion to the pot and cook over low heat, stirring to coat the onion in the oil and scraping up any bits of browned meat from the bottom of the pot, for about 7 minutes, or until the onions are translucent. Add the garlic and carrot and cook, stirring frequently, for 3 minutes. Return the beef and turkey to the pot, add the tomatoes and their juices and the chipotle chiles and adobo, and stir to combine. Turn the heat to medium and bring to a simmer. Add the cumin and thyme and season with salt and pepper. Turn the heat to low and cook for 6 hours, adding lager or stout as needed to keep the chili from drying out. Serve topped with sour cream, Cheddar cheese, and scallions.

Atlas Brew Works When Justin Cox, originally from Tennessee, decided to leave his government job in Washington, DC, behind, he started a brewery. There, he figured, he could do good work, serve people, and make a positive impact. Now, with two locations in the capital and a crew turning out stellar beer of all kinds, Atlas Brew Works is helping establish the District as a beer destination.

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Packed with bright, fresh, bold flavors and beer pairings to complement each dish, The Craft Brewery Cookbook brings the taproom straight to your kitchen. Organized into chapters according to beer type, including hoppy ales, lagers and pilsners, wheat beers, and Belgian-style ales, this cookbook will help you discover each beer’s style and flavor profile and how it pairs with the accompanying recipes, each from a different American brewery. Whether you’re a fan of fruited kettle sours or New England IPAs, this cookbook from the host of the podcast Drink Beer, Think Beer will show you how to create the ideal meal to accompany your favorite brew. These mouthwatering dishes—seafood, meat, vegetarian, vegan, and desserts among them—are depicted in photographic detail, showcasing modern, flavorful food rather than typical pub dishes. This cookbook breathes new life into the concept of food and drink pairing by offering an inspired take on contemporary beer styles and cuisine.

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Zhoug 2 whole jalapeños, stemmed 2 garlic cloves, peeled 1 bunch fresh cilantro leaves, chopped 1 tsp ground cumin ½ tsp ground cardamom ½ tsp Aleppo chili flakes ½ tsp fine sea salt ½ cup extra-virgin olive oil, plus more as needed 2 Tbsp lemon juice

Mussels 2 Tbsp canola oil 1½ lbs mussels, washed and scrubbed 1 cup Helles lager ½ stick unsalted butter 1 tsp garlic paste Fine sea salt and freshly ground black pepper ½ tsp red pepper flakes 2 Tbsp scallions, sliced ½ lemon, grilled Sourdough toast, for serving

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The Pairing: Helles Beer and mussels are a classic pairing and cooking the shellfish in a beer-infused broth adds to the experience. Any lighter colored and flavored style will do, but Helles works best as both an ingredient and pairing. The soft and bready malt character of this German-style lager makes it a terrific complement to shellfish. Its sweetness is balanced by the spiciness of the zhoug—a Middle Eastern condiment, similar to pesto but with some hot pepper heat—while its slight carbonation helps cool down your palate from the bite of the jalapeño. Lemon, both in the zhoug and served alongside, imparts brightness that brings out the citrus in the hops. Delicious seafood, crunchy bread, and award-winning beer—you can’t go wrong.

To make the zhoug: In a food processor, combine the jalapeños, garlic, cilantro, cumin, cardamom, chili flakes, salt, olive oil, and lemon juice. Blend until fully combined, adding more oil as needed if a thinner consistency is desired. Set aside. The zhoug can be refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 4 days. To make the mussels: In a large sauté pan, heat the canola oil over high heat until shimmering. Add the mussels and sauté, stirring often, for 2 minutes. Add the lager, butter, and garlic paste then season with salt and pepper and stir to combine. Cover and cook for about 5 minutes, or until the mussels have opened. Add the zhoug and sauté for about 4 minutes, or until aromatic. Remove from the heat, discard any mussels that have not opened, and add the red pepper flakes. Transfer the mussels and broth to a serving bowl, sprinkle with scallions, and serve with grilled lemon and sourdough toast. Jack’s Abby Craft Lagers Three brothers helm this lager-focused brewery, but it’s actually named after one of their wives. That would be Abby, Jack Hendler’s wife. The brewery name is also a nod to the monastic brewing tradition, but lest you think it revolves around the more familiar Belgian tradition, here the focus is German monastic brewing. Those were the breweries responsible for introducing lagers to the world, promoting the use of hops, and standardizing brewing procedures. Today, this brewery is leading the American craft lager conversation.

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Examples: • Spicy Fish Ceviche with Grilled Pineapple and a West Coast IPA • Warm Farro, Mushroom, and Romanesco Salad with an Imperial Stout • Lemony White Bean and Sausage Soup with a Grisette • Mushroom & Vegetable Dumplings with Mango Chili Nuoc Cham and a New England–style IPA • Kale Caesar Salad with Miso and Shrimp with a Farmhouse Ale • Citrus Tres Leches Cake with an American IPA • Air-Fried Chicken Wings with Honey Barbecue Sauce and a Kettle Sour Ale • Grilled Pumpkin Flatbread with a Pumpkin Ale • Falafel and Spiced Yogurt with a Shandy • Peanut Butter Bonbons with a Scotch Ale • And many more!

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COOKBOOK


Enrich your city lifestyle with 50 illustrated activities and step-by-step projects to explore, appreciate, and engage with the urban nature and wildlife around you.

1 Be an Urban Naturalist Even in the most built-up or congested environments, nature still makes its presence felt. A wildflower pushes its way through a crack in the pavement; birds roost in derelict buildings; insects reclaim a pile of wood; moths settle on your washing left overnight on the line; leaves tumble from city trees. By switching on your powers of observation and recording what you find – by being an urban naturalist – you begin to tune in to the natural world all around you, often springing up in surprising places. As you notice it, you learn more about the wild world that runs parallel with the built environment, and you gather data that potentially can help conservationists preserve what you find.

Hang Out with Moths City dwellers often associate moths with the ones that lay eggs in and munch through your jumpers (these are Tinea pellionella, the case-bearing clothes moth, or Tineola bisselliela, the webbing clothes moth, both around 1 centimetre or half an inch long and a dusty yellow colour). This does the species a disservice, however, as there are many other types of moths out and about in the urban environment doing valuable pollination work. Moths are most active at night, especially during warmer weather, when they emerge looking for food. Unfortunately, moth numbers have declined by almost a third in recent years, many as casualties of increasing light pollution, so it’s more important than ever to monitor and record those that remain. And it is totally worth it. You can attract them simply by leaving a porch light on, but a simple trap is a more reliable way to lure them in. Then you will be able to study and appreciate their exquisite and varied markings and record what you find. 11

50 Things to Do in the Urban Wild

Devil’s ivy Its heart-shaped leaves will dangle decoratively from the top of a bookcase or a shelf in the kitchen or bathroom (most houseplants love the steaminess of a bathroom). Grows vigorously and easily.

Clare Gogerty Illustrated by Maria Nilsson

Designed with curious city-dwellers and nature-lovers in mind, this accessible illustrated book provides all the inspiration you need to become an urban explorer and naturalist. Packed with 200 illustrations and 50 invigorating projects, this practical urban activity guide teaches you how to explore the wild land, water, and sky in your own city, offering inventive ways to interact with nature in all its forms. Study trees and create a leaf journal in the park, go birdwatching, grow your own herbs, learn when and how to see star constellations in the city sky, make land art by arranging natural materials into a beautiful display, and so much more. This guide even includes family-friendly activities that allow parents and children to interact with nature together. Let go of daily stresses and step into the natural world around you in your own urban wild.

March 2022 5.31 x 7.28 in / 13.5 x 18.5 cm 144 pp 200 b+w illustrations Hardcover The Explore More series 978-1-64896-154-0 $17.95

Pilea Circular leaves grow from straight stems like a sputnik. Baby plants sprout at its base making it easy to propagate and spread the pilea love among your friends.

Air plants Carefree plants that grow without a pot or any earth. A regular misting and occasional dunking in water will keep them going.

20 Fossick in the Mud You might think that the mucky foreshore of a city river is an unlikely place to find treasure, but mudlarkers know different. These urban fossickers scour the mud at low tide looking for all manner of forgotten everyday objects. Some are hundreds of years old, left behind as the tide goes out and preserved by the anaerobic nature of the mud. The original mudlarkers were poor children who scavenged the foreshore of the River Thames in eighteenth- and nineteenthcentury London looking for things like firewood, nails, bones of drowned animals and rope to sell. These days it’s all about searching for artefacts that reveal snatches of the city’s past. It is an absorbing and rewarding activity that is a hotline to the city’s social history. It also gives you the opportunity to spend time beside the river on the foreshore, listening to the lapping waves and the screech and squawk of waterfowl. Limit yourself to a mile or so and time your search for when the tide is out. You may find something that has been untouched since it was lost or discarded hundreds of years ago.

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Clare Gogerty is a writer and editor with a particular interest in ancient and sacred sites, folklore, and UK travel. A career as a magazine editor and journalist has allowed her to indulge these passions and has led to many adventures. She lives in Cradley, Herefordshire, England Maria Nilsson is the illustrator behind this book and others in the Explore More series, including 50 Things to Do with a Penknife, 40 Knots and How to Tie Them, 50 Things to See in the Sky, 50 Things to Do in the Wild, and 50 Things to Do at the Beach. She lives in London, England.

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The perfect gift for dog lovers, Forever Home will leave a pawprint on your heart with its series of full-color, close-up portraits of rescue dogs and their stories of adoption, from the photographer of Shelter Dogs and Finding Home.

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Forever Home The Inspiring Tales of Rescue Dogs

Cosette was raised to be a breeding female at an Amish puppy mill but turned out to be barren, and therefore of no use to the mill owner. When she arrived at the puppy mill rescue, she had a very large cherry eye and some signs of skin disease. The vet determined that the eyeball was completely shrunken underneath the cherry eye and had to be removed. Cosette’s foster family was experienced with puppy mill dogs but they had never fostered or owned a large dog before and were nervous about what to expect. After they pulled the car into the driveway, Cosette eagerly jumped out and then froze. Many rescue dogs with traumatic pasts have physical coping mechanisms that help them deal with fear, and Cosette’s was to sit and refuse to move. Moving an eighty-pound dog that doesn’t want to move is not easy, and once they got her inside, Cosette refused to go outside to use the bathroom. When she would freeze in place, they helped her walk through the house by moving one single paw at a time. Once outside, she would often walk to the farthest corner of the yard, lie down, and refuse to come back in. The first few days were very difficult: they had to repeatedly carry all eighty pounds of her back into the house. But despite being paralyzed with fear, Cosette never showed any aggression. Many puppy mill dogs feel safest inside a crate, as that is often where they have lived their entire lives. That first night, Cosette’s foster family set her up with a super-sized crate and she was able to sleep in it. The second night, however, she refused to go into the crate,

so they set up a blanket and bed in the kitchen and that became Cosette’s “spot.” Dogs are individuals, and every dog responds and adapts to a new home or environment in different and sometimes unanticipated ways. Cosette was very food motivated, and her wagging cropped tail at mealtime was one of the first signs of happiness she showed. As she became more comfortable and learned from the other dogs in the house, Cosette started displaying other “happy” behaviors like being excited to see her people in the morning and even approaching them to be petted. She had finally learned the standard routine of going outside to use the bathroom and coming back inside afterward, but a few months in she started refusing to come back inside. When the family would walk into the yard to encourage her to come back in, she would run away. At first, they assumed that Cosette was running from them in fear and their hearts fell, but soon they noticed that her tail was up and wagging. Cosette wanted to play! Her foster mom started chasing her around the yard and then changing direction to let Cosette chase her. This was the first time in Cosette’s life that she had been allowed—and allowed herself—to play. Eventually Cosette became comfortable enough with her foster family that they realized she was ready to be adopted. Like most puppy mill rescues, Cosette would need a patient family who would let her set the terms and speed of her healing. Cosette showed a preference for men, a rarity among puppy mill rescues, and found her forever home with a couple who had experience with boxers.

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Behind every dog in Forever Home is a touching tale of resilience and love. Packed with twenty-seven heartwarming and inspirational stories of rescue dogs of all ages, this photographic series showcases how the journey to forever isn’t always a straight line. Through their portraits and accompanying stories you will fall in love with the adorable canines who have traveled this path, learn of the steps along the way, and celebrate pet rescue and adoption in all its forms. Whether you’re a new puppy parent or simply an animal lover, Forever Home is the ideal tribute to our favorite furry friends.

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Clover came to New England as a Southern transport in March 2019 and was adopted out almost immediately. Either due to trauma or lack of socialization, Clover was terrified of men. At first the husband in the family couldn’t touch her or come near her, but over time she learned to love him. Clover’s new home had another dog, and initially the two did very well together—playing, sleeping, and sharing. At some point they got into a scuffle, which no one thought much about until it happened again. This time it was more intense, so the family took her to Tufts, where she was given a behavior evaluation and placed on Prozac, but her aggression toward the family’s other dog escalated until it was injured to the point of requiring vet care. The family called the rescue and updated them on Clover, explaining that they wanted to keep her but weren’t sure what to do. The rescue’s behaviorist investigated and determined that Clover was displaying generalized resource guarding: basically she was guarding things that meant a lot to her, but not one specific thing. Sometimes it was food, sometimes space, sometimes her owner; her behavior was difficult to predict and even more difficult to fix. She was also exceptionally shy with new people and still terrified of men. The rescue recommended that the family return her before she severely injured their dog. Clover was returned in October 2020, after which she was emotionally shut down and traumatized. She didn’t want to walk, play, or eat. The shelter

Traer Scott is an award-winning fine art and commercial photographer and author of eleven books. Her work is exhibited around the world and is regularly featured in national and international print and online publications. She lives in Providence, Rhode Island.

adjusted her meds and spent three months working with her on targeted behaviors while also desensitizing her to men. Finally, she was ready to go up for adoption again. Clover was next adopted out in February 2021 to a very experienced home with no other dogs. The owner lived in a loft with floor-to-ceiling windows. The complex did not allow pit bull–type dogs but had made an exception for Clover on the condition that she was very quiet. Unfortunately, the windows provided Clover with a clear view of everything: people coming and going, cars, other dogs, etc. Suddenly Clover was living in a veritable fishbowl and there was constant stimulation that caused her to bark incessantly. After only one night she was brought back to the shelter. Finally in March 2021, Clover was adopted out to a husband and wife with a big house in a rural area. The woman works with behaviorally challenged children and had infinite patience for a dog who needed a little extra understanding. Clover warmed up to the husband quickly and seemed to enjoy the country. When Clover’s first adopter called the shelter to check in on Clover, they connected her with the current adopter. The two women formed a friendship. Clover has finally found the perfect life that includes people from her past and present. She clearly loves her owners as much as they love her: during the day she gathers their socks and shoes and sleeps cuddled up with the items while they are at work.

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For intermediate and beginner crafters wanting a challenge, these eight illustrated loom weaving projects help you create sustainable, attractive, and useful textile pieces for your home and wardrobe—or to give as gifts. This step-by-step guide to weaving large projects on a little loom is packed with more than 200 color photographs.

Weaving Big on a Little Loom Create Inspired, Larger Pieces Fiona Daly

Use your frame loom to create eight large, impactful weaving projects, including an oversized scarf, a snood, a shoulder bag, a mesh shopping bag, a bathroom mat, a table runner, and two types of cushions. With straightforward instructions, weave patterns, and vivid color photography, this helpful howto guide leads you through each step of these inspired projects. First, choose your materials, focusing on finding the best, most sustainable textiles and yarns for your project. Next, learn about a special type of frame loom with a detachable top and bottom bar that will enable you to create pieces up to six and a half feet in length. Learn how to create eight different weave structures, then, try your hand at each of eight creative large-scale loom projects that are sure to impress family and friends. Once you’re finished, you can proudly wear, carry, or display your contemporary weave work anywhere. You can also learn how to make your own frame loom for large projects using a simple guide.

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This ideal gift for gardeners features a photographic collection of beautiful, innovative, ecologically friendly gardens that will inspire and inform anyone with a green thumb, from backyard gardeners to accomplished landscape architects.

Beyond the Garden Designing Home Landscapes with Natural Systems Dana Davidsen

Through some twenty projects set across urban, suburban, and rural spaces, Beyond the Garden explores how thoughtful design and awareness of local ecology can make gardens both beautiful and sustainable. Featuring interviews with designers in the United States and the United Kingdom, this survey presents the stories and lessons behind inspirational garden projects, including stormwater conservation in the high desert of New Mexico, native woodlands restoration in coastal Maine, and land stewardship in Hampshire, England. Organized as a set of thematic guiding principles, this collection will help you make your landscape “greener” and will spark curiosity about the natural systems just outside your front door. Dana Davidsen is a landscape designer and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has written for a variety of publications on topics ranging from the environment to politics and holds a master of landscape architecture degree from the University of California, Berkeley.

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With a growing population comes a growing need for innovative, sustainable housing. Together by Design explores the architectural and social benefits of communal living and shared spaces.

Together by Design The Art and Architecture of Communal Living William Richards

Whether it’s families in a multigenerational home, millennials sharing rent, or older singles seeking companionship, cohousing and other types of intentional communities offer economic, social, and environmental advantages for all demographics. Collective housing alternatives originated in Denmark in the 1960s and gained popularity in the United States in the 1990s, laying the groundwork for today’s inventive shared living alternatives. Featuring color photography, renderings, and site and floor plans, this survey of more than fifteen contemporary projects explores communal living through architecture, public policy, design, lifestyle, culture, and environmental sustainability. William Richards, a writer and architectural historian based in Washington, DC, has contributed to Architect, Architectural Record, Landscape Architecture, and Old House Journal.

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This exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the art and design of graphic props for popular films and TV shows like Parks and Recreation, John Wick, Silver Linings Playbook, The Knick, and Boardwalk Empire is the perfect gift for movie buffs.

A large occult book created for an amateur film production. In the script description, the book was bound in human skin, and had been buried with a witch. The binding is based on a 15th century missal, and the clasp design is based on medieval German door hinges.

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From John Wick to Silver Linings Playbook, from Boardwalk Empire to Parks and Recreation Ross MacDonald and Steven Heller

In Prop Man, discover the secret history of the books, cards, letters, maps, and legal papers that play central and supporting roles in many of your favorite films and TV shows—from the diary Nicolas Cage’s character discovers in National Treasure 2 to the Pawnee town charter in Parks and Recreation. The man responsible for their authentic look, Ross MacDonald, has led a double life as both an illustrator and writer, contributing to the New York Times, the New Yorker and Vanity Fair, among other national publications, and a designer and fabricator of iconic props for more than one hundred and twenty films and TV series. In this visual and informative collection, learn about the methods and artistry behind MacDonald’s most recognizable props through an interview with design critic Steven Heller and a selection of materials that reveal the process behind the prop designer’s meticulous work.

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An FBI binder of people wanted for questioning, from the HBO series A Plot Against America. This is the ‘hero’ page, with Anthony Boyle’s character Alvin Levin on it. There were about a dozen additional pages made for this, with public domain mug shots, and copy written for each person—names, aliases, descriptions, crimes, etc. Many times, the work of generating copy for these types of documents takes longer than making the document itself. ABOVE:

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Ross MacDonald has led a secret double life designing and fabricating props for more than one hundred and twenty movies and television series. Born and raised in the backwoods of Canada, he lived for many years in New York City before finally before landing in Newtown, Connecticut. Steven Heller was an art director at the New York Times for thirty-three years, originally on the OpEd Page and for almost thirty of those years with the New York Times Book Review. Currently, he is cochair of the SVA / NYC MFA Designer as Entrepreneur Department. He is the author and coauthor of two hundred books on graphic design, satiric art, and illustration and writes “The Daily Heller” column for Printmag.com. He lives in New York City.

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Radical Practice celebrates the extraordinary, awardwinning designs of Marlon Blackwell Architects, an Arkansas-based firm with a focus on public and civic projects that are located outside of the established centers of architectural culture.

HARVEY PEDIATRIC CLINIC Rogers, Arkansas (2016) Home to a thriving medical practice, the Harvey Pediatric Clinic is found in a rapidly growing suburban commercial corridor. This recently rural landscape was dotted by the silhouettes of barns, sheds, and silos, now replaced by banal office buildings, strip malls, and big-box retail. The Harvey Clinic offers a strong profile and bold colors in response, creating a rich and memorable experience in an otherwise nondescript suburban office park. Previously located in a cramped, nondescript office building, the Clinic owner and primary tenant hoped for a new building that could be an inspiring place for both patients and staff, leading to better, more efficient care.

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Radical Practice The Work of Marlon Blackwell Architects Edited by Peter MacKeith and Jonathan Boelkins Photographs by Timothy Hursley Foreword by Andrew Freear

The distinct and original work of Marlon Blackwell Architects has produced iconic and award-winning designs across building types, scales, and budgets. Located in Arkansas, the firm merges the universal language of architecture and the particulars of place, a process that has resulted in a distinguished body of work, from schools to parks and beyond. Celebrating thirty years of practice by the 2020 AIA Gold Medal–winning architect Marlon Blackwell, this survey of more than a dozen buildings pairs detailed drawings and the vivid photographs of renowned photographer Timothy Hursley with essays by leading designers, planners, and artists. Contributors include Tod Williams and Billie Tsien, architects of the Obama Presidential Center; Maurice Cox, Chicago’s city planning director; Pritzker Prize–winning architect Thom Mayne, James Corner, landscape architect of the High Line; and environmental artist Mary Miss among many others—all of whom attest to Blackwell’s reputation as a leading voice of his generation.

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Peter MacKeith is the dean of the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at the University of Arkansas. Based in Fayetteville, he is a senior fellow of the Design Futures Council and a Design Intelligence Design Educator of the Year. Jonathan Boelkins, an architect and writer based in Fayetteville, Arkansas, teaches at the University of Arkansas Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design. He is a former studio director at Marlon Blackwell Architects.

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Architect and artist Marshall Brown is making space for the future by remixing the legacy of modern architecture in this exploration of his visionary urban ideas, brought to life through extraordinary collages, drawings, models, and photographs.

Recurrent Visions The Architecture of Marshall Brown Projects Karen Kice, Marshall Brown Foreword by Mónica Ponce de León

Groundbreaking architect Marshall Brown presents a vision of the future through cross-disciplinary explorations that leverage the possibilities of scale, media, and time in this survey of three unique projects. With an introduction by curator Karen Kice, Recurrent Visions presents Brown’s work through a deep dive into his seminal projects for New York, Chicago, and Detroit. Journey into the cities, places, and spaces of the future crafted by the hands of today, with contributions from today’s leading architectural thinkers, Mónica Ponce de León, Joseph Becker, Allison Glenn, and Adrienne Brown.

• UNITY Plan for the MTA Vanderbilt Rail Yards, Brooklyn • Dequindre Civic Academy, Detroit • Smooth Growth Urbanism, Chicago Discover the voice shaping the future of our urban experience. Ideal reading for designers, architects, and scholars, this book presents work that encourages discovery, exploration, and time travel, by one of the most forward-thinking architects and urbanists of our time. May 2022 9 x 12 in / 23 x 30.5 cm 128 pp / 40 color & 15 b+w (photographs, renderings, collage) Hardcover 978-1-64896-068-0 $50.00 / £40.00 R i g h ts: Wo rld 55000

Marshall Brown is an architect, urbanist, and principal of Marshall Brown Projects. In 2016 Brown represented the U.S. at the Venice Architecture Biennale. His work is in the permanent collections of the Art Institute of Chicago, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. He is an associate professor with tenure at the Princeton University School of Architecture, where he directs the Princeton Urban Imagination Center. He lives in Princeton, New Jersey. Karen Kice is a consultant and curator in art, architecture, and design. Her exhibitions include Sahara: Acts of Memory (Benton Museum of Art at Pomona College, 2021), Recurrent Visions: The Architecture of Marshall Brown Projects (Princeton University, School of Architecture, 2019), and Chatter: Architecture Talks Back (Art Institute of Chicago, 2015). For five years, she was a curator in the Department of Architecture and Design at the Art Institute of Chicago. She lives in Los Angeles, California.

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A visual and global chronicle of the triumphs, challenges, and impact of more than 100 women in architecture, from early practitioners to contemporary leaders.

NORMA MERRICK SKLAREK Born

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University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA); University of Southern California (USC)

Died Pacific Palisades, CA, February 6, 2012

Education Barnard College, Columbia University, 1945; Columbia University, BArch, 1950

Practice Department of Public Works, New York, 1950–55; SOM, 1955–60; Gruen Associates, 1960–80; Welton Becket Associates, 1980–85; Siegel, Sklarek and Diamond, 1985–89; Jerde Partnership, 1989–92

Over the course of her long and prolific career, African American architect Norma Merrick Sklarek broke through many barriers and built many buildings. With extraordinary expertise, intellect and determination, Sklarek overcame the prejudices of a white, male-dominated field, paving the way for a generation of architects from marginalized populations to follow. Raised in Harlem and Brooklyn during the height of the Great Depression, Sklarek was nurtured by her parents, a doctor and a seamstress, who had immigrated to the United States from the West Indies. Sklarek attended Barnard College in New York City for one year before entering the architecture school at Columbia University in 1945.54 Persevering in her studies despite the program’s racial and gender homogeneity and atmosphere of hypercompetitiveness, Sklarek became the first African American woman to complete the program in 1950.55

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Notable Honors First African American woman to graduate from Columbia University, 1950; first African American woman licensed to practice architecture in New York, 1954; first African American woman in AIA, 1959; first African American woman licensed in the state of California, 1962; first African American woman elected to College of Fellows, AIA; Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs’ Outstanding Business Role Model Award, 1987; AIA Whitney M. Young Jr. Award, 2008; AIA|LA Gold Medal, 2019

Although she struggled to find work after school, having been rejected by nineteen firms, Sklarek was not deterred.56 Eventually, she secured a position as a junior draftsperson in the City of New York’s Department of Public Works.57 Craving more creative and challenging work, Sklarek took and passed the architects’ registration exam on her first attempt in 1954, becoming the first licensed African American woman architect in the state of New York. The following year, SOM hired her, and she was routinely trusted with difficult jobs and tight deadlines.58 Sklarek moved to Los Angeles in 1960 and began a twenty-year tenure with Gruen Associates, a firm that formerly had an explicit policy against hiring Black people. Facing discrimination in the workplace, Sklarek had to work twice as hard as her white, male colleagues to advance in her career. Demonstrating competence and excelling at complex, large-scale projects, she rose through the

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Left U.S. Embassy, Tokyo, Japan, 1976. Courtesy Gruen Associates

ranks. As director of architecture, she coordinated the technical aspects of such major commissions as the Fox Plaza (1966) in San Francisco, San Bernardino City Hall (1971), Commons-Courthouse Center (1973) in Columbus, the United States Embassy in Tokyo (1976), and the Pacific Design Center (1978) in Los Angeles. In the early 1980s, Sklarek worked as vice president at Welton Becket Associates in Santa Monica, California, where she supervised the design and execution of Terminal One at Los Angeles International Airport in advance of the 1984 Olympics. The following year, Sklarek cofounded the women-owned firm Siegel Sklarek Diamond but abandoned the entrepreneurial undertaking after four years in pursuit of the higher-profile commissions. She went on to serve as principal of the Jerde Partnership, where she worked on the Mall of America (1992) in Minneapolis, the largest shopping

center in the United States at the time. Outside of her architectural practice, Sklarek left her mark on the field as an advocate, educator, and role model for minority architects. In addition to teaching at UCLA and USC, she mentored aspiring architects by helping them to prepare for the state licensing exam. Sklarek helped make the profession more diverse by serving on many boards and committees, such as the AIA National Ethics Council, the California State Board of Architectural Examiners, and the National Council of Architecture Registration Boards (NCARB). In 2008, Sklarek was honored with the Whitney Young Award for her outstanding work advancing the social imperatives of architecture. In 2019, she was posthumously awarded the AIA/LA Gold Medal, the chapter’s highest honor.59 —LFR

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The Women Who Changed Architecture Edited by Jan Cigliano Hartman Foreword by Beverly Willis, Introduction by Amale Andraos

DENISE SCOTT BROWN Born

Notable Honors

Nkana, Zambia, October 3, 1931

Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown, Firm Award, AIA, 1985; Distinguished Professor Award, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, 1986–87; Vincent Scully Prize, National Building Museum, 2002; Athena Award, Congress for the New Urbanism, 2007; European Cultural Center Award, 2016; Gold Medal (with Robert Venturi), AIA, 2016; Jane Drew Prize, 2017; Sainsbury Wing, National Gallery London, Twenty-five Year Award, AIA, 2019

Education University of Witwatersand, BA, 1952; AA School of Architecture, 1955; University of Pennsylvania, Master of City Planning, 1960; University of Pennsylvania, MArch, 1965

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Marion Mahony Griffin passed the architectural licensure exam in 1898 and created exquisite drawings that buoyed the reputation of Frank Lloyd Wright. Her story is one of the many told in The Women Who Changed Architecture, which sets the record straight on the transformative impact women have made on architecture. With in-depth profiles and stunning images, this is the most comprehensive look at women in architecture around the world, from the nineteenth century to today. Discover contemporary leaders, like MacArthur Fellow Jeanne Gang, spearheading sustainable design initiatives, reimagining cities as equitable spaces, and directing architecture schools. An essential read for architecture students, architects, and anyone interested in how buildings are created and the history behind them.

Venturi and Rauch, 1969–89; Venturi, Rauch and Scott Brown, 1980; Venturi, Scott Brown and Associates, 1989–2012

Denise Scott Brown, recognized as one of the most influential architects of the twentieth century, in partnership with her husband, Robert Venturi, was born Denise Lakofski in Nkana, Zambia. She says that her earliest memory is of looking at blueprints for an early modern house her parents were building. Her mother had studied architecture and her father was a developer, providing Scott Brown insight into the field from a young age. Her upbringing in Johannesburg, South Africa, amid vibrant multiculturalism, despite racial segregation, later informed her approach to urban design and her theories about architectural postmodernism. She views herself as having one foot in architecture and one in urban planning, a difficult balance, she has learned. After studying at Johannesburg’s University of Witwatersrand, she traveled to London to work for modernist architect Frederick Gibberd, also pursuing a graduate degree at the AA School of Architecture.

Scott Brown found it challenging to be away from home and to be one of only five women in a class of sixty-five. She gained encouragement from Arthur Korn, an architect and professor at the school, who mentored her and shared his wealth of knowledge on topics like the November Group, the German expressionist artists and architects. Scott Brown graduated from the AA in 1955, the same year she married Robert Scott Brown, whom she had met at Witwatersrand. In 1958, the couple moved to Philadelphia to study at the University of Pennsylvania’s planning department. Within the year, Robert Scott Brown died in a car accident. Denise, nevertheless, completed her master’s degree and joined the faculty following graduation. She even completed an additional master’s degree in architecture while teaching. When in 1960, the University of Pennsylvania was considering demolishing the 1891 Library of Fine Arts

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MÓNICA PONCE DE LEÓN Born

Notable Honors

Caracas, Venezuela, December 23, 1965

Young Architects Award, Architectural League of New York, 1997; Academy Award in Architecture, American Academy of Arts and Letters, 2002; National Design Award, Architecture, Cooper Hewitt, 2007; Teaching Award of Excellence, Association for Computer Aided Design in Architecture, 2018

Education University of Miami, BArch, 1989; Harvard GSD, MArch, 1991

Practice Office dA, Boston, 1991– 2010; MPdL Studio, 2011–

“I am told by my family that I was drawing plans at age seven,” says Mónica Ponce de León, who was born in Caracas, Venezuela, in 1965. “We were in a dentist’s office, and I drew the plan of the waiting room, and then I drew a plan of the lobby, and I drew a plan of the whole building. And everybody in the waiting room was looking over my shoulder and asking my mother, ‘What is this girl doing?’”21 Although Ponce de León showed an early aptitude for drawing floor plans, she didn’t remember how much architecture had held her interest as a child until she was asked to consider three career options during secondary school. Her first two choices were computer science and mechanical engineering, with architecture being the third. After attending an orientation and hearing professional architects speak about their careers, and after visiting several concrete residential buildings in Caracas’s Sabana Grande district, she understood the power of archi-

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tecture to shape people’s lives. Ponce de León immigrated to Miami with her family from Caracas after graduating from high school. She worked in a millwork shop before enrolling at the University of Miami, completing her architecture degree in 1989. She then pursued graduate studies at Harvard, receiving a master of architecture in urban design in 1991. For the duration of her career, Ponce de León has taught and practiced architecture simultaneously. She first taught at the University of Miami and subsequently moved to the Boston area to teach at Northeastern University and eventually the Harvard GSD, where she was a faculty member for twelve years. She cofounded Office dA, based in Boston, with Nader Tehrani in 1991 and founded her current firm, MPdL Studio, in 2011. A major focus of Ponce de León’s career has been the application of robotic technology to building

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Amale Andraos is the dean of Columbia University’s Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, and cofounder of WORKac, a New York–based studio named the top US design firm by Architect in 2017.

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Previously Announced

In this globetrotting tour of seventeen houses, discover how bamboo, one of the most sustainable building materials on the planet, can be used in ingenious ways in residential design.

Bamboo Contemporary Green Houses Around the Globe William Richards

Bamboo is a perennial grass that grows rapidly and rivals steel, concrete, and wood in strength. Bamboo Contemporary shows the many ways this incredible material can be used to build sustainably. Featuring locales from China to the Czech Republic and the United States, the survey includes homes built entirely from bamboo as well as building projects and renovations that use bamboo as the primary component. Fascinating descriptions, documentary photography, and architectural drawings will appeal to aspirational lifestyle readers interested in sustainability and natural materials as well as design professionals. William Richards, a writer and architectural historian based in Washington, DC, has contributed to Architect, Architectural Record, Landscape Architecture, and Old House Journal.

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A portfolio of ten lushly illustrated residential landscape projects in California’s wine country, each a lesson in the alchemy of garden design, created by landscape architecture firm Lucas & Lucas.

Architectural Gardens Inside the Landscapes of Lucas & Lucas Thad Orr and Mike Lucas

The work of landscape architecture firm Lucas & Lucas extends the architecture of the house into the garden through carefully selected elements of design. Each of the ten projects in Architectural Gardens includes a design narrative that addresses the interconnections between home and land, detailed captions, and a site plan. Readers will learn how to implement features such as landscape windows, breeze-catching grasses, cascading concrete waterfalls, and trees with thoughtfully cast shadows to transform their landscape. The book includes a roundup of Mike Lucas’s favorite plants—those best suited to different types of properties and for different purposes like drought tolerance or fast growth. The featured projects will appeal to garden designers, landscape architects, landscape contractors, architects, and home builders, as well as home gardeners looking for inspiration.

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Thad Orr, former editor-in-chief of Garden Design magazine, writes for publications such as Sunset, Better Homes & Gardens, and Country Gardens. Orr is based in Redlands, California.

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From the award-winning author and illustrator of Up the Mountain Path, The Fish and the Cat, and Otto and Pio comes an imaginative read-aloud picture book about one bear’s journey to believe in himself and discover the beauty of change.

Bear and the Whisper of the Wind Written and Illustrated by Marianne Dubuc

Bear is happy at home, eating strawberry pie and spending time with his friends. But one day, the wind whispers to Bear, calling him to embark on a surprising journey to an unknown place. He isn’t sure where he is going, but he knows that everything will turn out okay if he trusts his instincts. A sweet, delightfully illustrated tale about believing in yourself, Bear and the Whisper of the Wind shows children that change may be scary at first, but it can lead to fun, happy, and exciting things too. Marianne Dubuc is an award-winning writer and illustrator living in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She is the author / illustrator of over twenty books, including Up the Mountain Path, Otto and Pio, and Little Cheetah’s Shadow.

March 2022 7.5 x 9.5 in portrait 72 pp 44 color illustrations Hardcover with jacket 978-1-64896-119-9 $18.95

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Curious young readers will love learning about the migration patterns of plants and animals from all around the world in this colorful children’s atlas, richly illustrated in Matt Sewell’s signature watercolors.

The Atlas of Migrating Plants and Animals Matt Sewell, written by Megan Lee Featuring mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, insects, and plants from all continents and nearly all oceans, this informative collection will teach young nature lovers about migration in its many forms. Grade-school children will discover how creatures navigate the planet when they encounter climate change, sun, chemicals, the Earth’s magnetic field, and the changing seasons in this illustrated reference book. Follow flocks of arctic terns on their annual 24,855-mile journey between the Earth’s poles. Join the monarch butterflies on their famous pilgrimage, upwards of 3,000 miles, from Canada to Mexico. Marvel at wildebeests, humpback whales, salmon, dragonflies, and more, as they travel around the globe and battle the Earth’s toughest conditions to survive.

Matt Sewell is an avid ornithologist. His birds books, Our Garden Birds, Our Woodland Birds, A Charm of Goldfinches have taken the world by storm. He has also illustrated numerous children’s books including The Colorful  World of Dinosaurs, and Atlas of Amazing Birds. He lives in Shrewsbury, England. Megan Lee is fascinated with the natural landscape and loves to hike, swim, and ramble across the moors near her home in Leeds, England.

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Gallop into the mythical world of The Lady and the Unicorn, a beautifully illustrated and educational picture book adventure about love, magic, and art history, inspired by the Unicorn Tapestries held by the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and Cluny Museum in Paris.

The Lady and the Unicorn Béatrice Fontanel, Illustrated by Vanessa Hié

The Lady and the Unicorn invites young readers into an enchanting tale of a unicorn who must outsmart a lord and his huntsmen. When the unicorn finds his way into a secret garden in the forest, he discovers a young lady who just may have powers more magical than his own. Children will be drawn in by the vibrant illustrations and captivated by the detailed scenes of the unicorn and his forest friends and foes. Parents will love how the book connects the illustrations to the symbols and meanings of the original Unicorn Tapestries, which were created in the Middle Ages. Kids and adults alike are sure to return to this beautifully illustrated and engaging story again and again. Béatrice Fontanel lives in Montparnasse, a neighborhood in Paris, France and has a podcast series called Imaginary Walks. Vanessa Hié is an illustrator for the Prestel Children’s Books series Inspired by Famous Artworks, including Three Musicians (Pablo Picasso), The Mermaid and the Parakeet (Henri Matisse), and The Color of the Night (Paul Gauguin). She lives in Paris.

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Go on an exciting adventure to the seashore, onto a boat, to an island, and beyond in this vibrantly illustrated, educational, and interactive lift-the-flap children’s storybook, ideal for summer reading time.

At the Sea Written and Illustrated by Emma Giuliani

Plum and her little brother Robin take a stroll to the seashore on a warm summer day to discover seashells, plants, and birds, but they soon find much more to explore! After sightseeing at the port, where there are seagulls and boats in the harbor, they sail across the bay to an island where they visit a lighthouse. With Plum and Robin as guides, children will identify sea creatures like sea turtles, sardines, and jellyfish and learn how to observe beach wildlife in a safe, fun, and educational way. This colorful and entertaining exploration of the sea teaches children about a variety of ecological topics—and ways they can help reduce the impact of climate change on oceans today—in an engaging and thoughtful way. Emma Giuliani is a graphic designer and illustrator living in Vernouillet, just outside of Paris, France. She is the author of In the Garden (Spring 2020)

April 2022 11 x 15.75 in / 28 x 40 cm 16 pp 64 color illustrations Hardcover Over 20 lift-the flaps 978-1-64896-126-7 $28.95 / £21.99

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Guided Drawing. Mindfulness Exercises. Nature Education. The ideal creative gift for nature lovers and fans of adult coloring books, Drawing Trees is an innovative, meditative activity book that features traceable illustrations of thirty different types of trees, leaves, seeds, and flowers.

Drawing Trees Trace Thirty Different Trees, and Their Leaves, Branches, and Seeds Drawing Trees provides guided illustration techniques for beginning artists looking for a relaxing new hobby. Tracing the lines of each tree, leaf, and seed is an exercise in mindfulness: notice where your mind wanders as you draw, losing yourself between pages of thick, durable FSC-certified paper. Each illustration is depicted in bright, grassy green, splashing each page with color and welcoming you to add your own details or hues. These observational drawings are accompanied by detailed descriptions of the trees and plants they depict, teaching you how to identify these species out in the wild. Whether at home, on your lunch break, in a coffee shop, at the park, or out in the wilderness, this artistic and educational drawing guide will help soothe anxiety and encourage your creativity to grow.

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Beat screen fatigue and challenge your mind with this modern Sudoku book packed with 150 brain-teasing grids, the perfect Sudoku gift for puzzle lovers.

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The ideal Sudoku gift for puzzle lovers, this beautiful, vintage Sudoku collection is packed with 150 classic brain-bending logic puzzles.

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A gorgeous all-occasion notecard set featuring cooking and gardening images from twelve stunning fabric applique projects by extraordinary post-WWII Japanese textile artist Ayako Miyawaki.

Clothwork Notecards The Textile Art of Ayako Miyawaki This simple yet elegant notecard and envelope set is packaged in a luxurious keepsake box with a removable bellyband, making it the perfect gift for artists or crafters. Each of the twelve notecards features a unique fabric applique design from the work of Ayako Miyawaki, who used scraps of handwoven cloth and her keen eye for patterns and textures to elevate everyday objects into stunning textile art. Featuring home and garden imagery ranging from flowers, to fruit, to just-pulled garlic, these blankinterior notecards make the perfect greeting card for any occasion, as well as the ideal accompaniment for any gift. This sophisticated set is accompanied by an insert with an artist statement, celebrating this previously unsung woman artist. Japanese textile artist Ayako Miyawaki (1905–1995) found beauty in the everyday world around her. Miyawaki utilized scraps of textile and twine to create extraordinary appliqué compositions.

March 2022 Box: 5.95 x 1.95 x 7.15 in / 15 x 5 x 18 cm Cards: 5 x 6.375 in / 12.7 x 16.2 cm 10 notecards & 10 envelopes Box with liftoff lid and bellyband Artist biography enclosure 978-1-64896-129-8 $18.95 R i g h ts: Wo rld 51895 9 781648 961298

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This vivid 1000-piece puzzle features a whimsical seasonal farmer’s market, depicting oversized, colorful produce and a rich diversity of farmers and customers with layers of activity to discover.

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At the Farmer’s Market 1000 Piece Puzzle Illustrated by Whooli Chen

With bustling activity, large sections of bright colors, and micro-stories and inside jokes hidden within the scene, this jigsaw puzzle is perfect for solo or group assembly. To help with solving, there is a large insert of the puzzle image for reference, featuring a statement from the artist, Taiwan-based illustrator Whooli Chen. The box contains highquality pieces and minimal puzzle dust, and the finished puzzle assembles to 25 x 20 inches. The ideal gift for foodies, this peek inside a farmer’s market is sure to provide hours of puzzling fun for the whole family. Whooli Chen is an artist and editorial illustrator. She is also a cat lover and a serious reader. Her art draws on surrealism, dream interpretation, botany, Asian traditional art and gentle colors. She has deep affection for plants and animals. Currently based in Taiwan, Whooli completed a master’s degree in illustration at the University of the Arts London.

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Featuring retro, neon colors and a bright, beautiful beach image, this 1000-piece puzzle is packed with activity, sun, and fun!

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At the Beach 1000 Piece Puzzle Illustrated by María Medem

This high-quality jigsaw puzzle depicts a dreamy scene of a day at the beach: sunbathers, surfers, sailors, and swimmers congregate on and around this vivid stretch of sand, each of them enjoying a different activity for you to discover as you assemble the pieces. With a bold color gradient and distinctive sunset colors, this puzzle creates varied sections that are ideal for group puzzling and family time. The box includes 1000 high-quality puzzle pieces with minimal puzzle dust, accompanied by an artist statement from Sevilla-based illustrator María Medem. This puzzle also comes with an oversize insert that displays a large, clear rendering of the image to use as reference while you put together this 25 x 20-inch scene. María Medem is a Spanish author and illustrator who studied fine arts at the University of Sevilla. Medem is inspired by silence and uses her work to interpret the everyday world in a dreamlike way. Her comic books and zines include Satori, Cenit, Echos, and Cedars.

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Discover the farm’s feathered friends in this playful, charming 1000-piece puzzle. Featuring more than 40 distinctive and colorful chicken types in a lush, green grass setting, Chickenology showcases whimsical art and a varied scene. Artwork Detail

Chickenology 1000 Piece Puzzle Whether you raise backyard chickens or have an interest in sustainable farming, this perfect gift for animal lovers is sure to challenge and delight! A wide variety of chickens assemble on a bright green lawn in this ideal family puzzle, depicting a flurry of activity: feathers, eggs, plants, and baby chicks fill the scene, creating layers of visual interest to explore as you solve. The image features labels for the more unusual chicken species, making this jigsaw puzzle educational as well as fun. This high-quality puzzle contains minimal puzzle dust for neater assembly and is accompanied by an oversize insert with the reference image and an artist statement by rising star Camilla Pintonato. Next time you’re feeling “cooped up” on a rainy day, this Chickenology puzzle is sure to entertain! Camilla Pintonato is an author, illustrator, and graphic designer based in Venice, Italy. She studied illustration at Mimaster in Milan and completed her master’s degree in editorial design at ISIA in Urbino. Her books include Chickenology, Pigology, Full Moon and Detective Mole. Also Available February 2022 Puzzle: 25 x 20 in / 63.5 x 51 cm scene Box: 8.375 x 11.375 x 2.5 in / 21.3 x 29 x 6.4 cm 1000 pieces 978-1-64896-140-3 $17.95 R i g h ts : Wo rld

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GENERAL INTEREST

Carpenters The Musical Legacy HC / 978-1-64896-072-7 $35.00

Color Scheme An Irreverent History of Art and Pop Culture in Color Palettes HC / 978-1-61689-992-9 / $24.95

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Letters to a Young Farmer On Food, Farming, and Our Future PB / 978-1-61689-530-3 $21.95

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Visualizing Nature Essays on Truth, Spirit, and Philosophy HC / 978-1-61689-986-8 $21.95

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We Are Santa Portraits and Profiles HC / 978-1-61689-965-3 $22.95

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Vicious Nonsense Quips, Snubs & Jabs by Literary Friends & Foes HC / 978-1-61689-990-5 $16.95

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Voices of Change Inspiring Words from Activists Around the Globe PB / 978-1-61689-996-7 $16.95

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Three Pianos A Memoir PB / 978-1-64896-020-8 $27.95

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Immortal Axes Guitars That Rock HC / 978-1-64896-023-9 $60.00

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Radiant Farm Animals Up Close and Personal HC / 978-1-61689-715-4 $24.95

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The Humane Home Easy Steps for Sustainable & Green Living HC / 978-1-61689-850-2 $25.95

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Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios PB / 978-1-61689-773-4 $29.95

Emotional Robots A Question of Existence PB / 978-1-64896-039-0 $16.95

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Finding Home Shelter Dogs and Their Stories HC / 978-1-61689-343-9 $19.95

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Dressing the Resistance The Visual Language of Protest Through History HC / 978-1-61689-988-2 / $27.95

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40 Knots and How to Tie Them Explore More Series HC / 978-1-61689-718-5 $17.95

50 Things to Do at the Beach Explore More Series HC / 978-1-61689-995-0 $17.95

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Saws, Planes, and Scorps Exceptional Woodworking Tools and Their Makers HC / 978-1-61689-924-0 / $27.50

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The Wild Dyer HC / 978-1-61689-841-0 $24.95

Winterland Create a Beautiful Garden for Every Season HC / 978-1-61689-872-4 $30.00

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Let’s Make Letters! Experiment, Practice, and Explore PB / 978-1-64896-047-5 $24.95

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Baseline Shift Untold Stories of Women in Graphic Design History PB / 978-1-64896-006-2 / $27.50

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This Is What Democracy Looked Like A Visual History of the Printed Ballot HC / 978-1-61689-887-8 $29.95

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Thinking with Type Second, Revised, Expanded Edition PB / 978-1-56898-969-3 $27.95

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The Business of Design Balancing Creativity and Profitability HC / 978-1-61689-998-1 $40.00

Black, Brown + Latinx Design Educators PB / 978-1-61689-997-4 $24.95

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The Book of Circles Visualizing Spheres of Knowledge HC / 978-1-61689-528-0 $40.00

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Big Data, Big Design Why Designers Should Care about Artificial Intelligence PB / 978-1-61689-915-8 / $29.95

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INDEX

40 Knots and How to Tie Them 35 50 Things to Do at the Beach 9, 35 50 Things to Do in the Urban Wild 9 50 Things to Do in the Wild 35 50 Things to Do with a Penknife 35 50 Things to See in the Sky 9, 35 250 Things an Architect Should Know 37 A ABC’s of Triangle, Square, Circle, The 36 A-Frame 37 Animal Box 41 Animals of the Savanna 40 Architects’ Houses 37 Architectural Gardens 19 Architecture of Trees, The 37 Armor & Animals 38 Atlas of Amazing Birds, The 22, 38 Atlas of Migrating Plants and Animals, The 22 At the Beach 1000 Piece Puzzle 31 At the Farmer’s Market 1000 Piece Puzzle 30 At the Sea 24 At the Seashore 40 Audre Lorde Notecards 41 B Bamboo Contemporary 18 Baseline Shift 36 Bear and the Whisper of the Wind 21 Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation, New York 17 Beyond the Garden 12 Big Data, Big Design 36 Birds of the World 40 Black, Brown + Latinx Design Educators 36 Black, Hannah 4 Boelkins, Jonathan 15 Book of Amazing Trees, The 38 Book of Circles, The 36 Book of Tiny Creatures, The 38 Bread Baker’s Journal, The 41 Brown, Marshall 16 Business of Design, The 36 Butterflies of the World 40 C Carpenters 34 Cat Box 41 Chen, Whooli 30 Chickenology 32, 38 Chickenology 1000 Piece Puzzle 32 Classic Paperbacks, 1000 Piece Puzzle 42 Classic Paperbacks Notebook 41 Clothwork Notecards 29 Colorful World of Dinosaurs, The 22, 38 Color Scheme 34 Connected: Three Puzzles 42 Craft Brewery Cookbook, The 8 Cultivated 35 Cultivated, 1000 Piece Puzzle 42

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D Daddy Wouldn’t Buy Me a Bauhaus 37 Dahler, Don 5 Daly, Fiona 11 Davidsen, Dana 12 Dear Data 36 DeMello, Travis 7 Dog Box 41 Drawing Trees 26 Dressing the Resistance 34 Dubuc, Marianne 21 E Emily Dickinson Notecards 41 Emotional Robots 34 Endangered Animals 38 Extra Bold 36 F Fearless 5 Finding Home 10, 34 Flower Box 41 Fontanel, Béatrice 23 Forever Home 10 Fredericks & Mae Playing Cards 41 G Garden Insects and Bugs 40 Giuliani, Emma 24 Gogerty, Clare 9 Good Energy 37 Graphic Design: The New Basics 36 Graphic Design Thinking 36 Grids & Guides Notebook, Black 41 Grids & Guides Notebook, Navy 41 Guide to Historic Artists’ Homes and Studios 34 H Happy Plant 7 Hartman, Jan Cigliano 17 Healing Garden, The 35 Heller, Steven 14 Hié, Vanessa 23 Holl, John 8 How Design Makes Us Think 36 How to Be a Graphic Designer without Losing Your Soul 36 Humane Gardener, The 35 Humane Home, The 34 Hursley, Timothy 15 I Icebergs, Zombies, and the Ultra Thin 37 Immortal Axes 34 In the Age of Dinosaurs 40 In the Bookstore, 1000 Piece Puzzle 42 In the Forest 40 In the Garden 24 In the Museum, 1000 Piece Puzzle 42 In the Ocean 40 In the Vegetable Garden 40 Inventive Animals 40

K Kaufmann Mercantile Guide, The 35 Kice, Karen 16 Ky, Laetitia 3 L Lady and the Unicorn, The 23 Lee, Megan 22 Let’s Make Letters! 35 Letters to a Young Farmer 34 Life Made by Hand, A 38 Little Audrey’s Daydream 38 Little Cheetah’s Shadow 38 Little Gardener, The 35 Love & Justice 3 Lucas, Mike 19 M MacDonald, Ross 14 MacKeith, Peter 15 Malo and the Merry-Go-Round 38 Mangan, Zach 6 Manual of Section 37 Medem, María 31 Miyawaki, Ayako 29 Modern Sudoku 27 My Bison 39 N Nasla’s Dream 39 Natural Palettes 35 New Farm, The 37 Nilsson, Maria 9 O On Baba’s Back 39 Orr, Thad 19 Otto and Pio 21, 39 P Page, Jon 8 Patience, Miyuki 39 Perez-Gallardo, Carla Kaya 4 Pettway, Jessica 4 Pigology 38 Pintonato, Camilla 32 Please Wait to Be Tasted 4 Prop Man 14

T Thank You, Miyuki 39 Thinking with Type 36 This Is What Democracy Looked Like 36 Three Pianos 34 Time for Bed, Miyuki 39 Together by Design 13 Tom Kundig, Houses 37 Tom Kundig, Houses 2 37 Tom Kundig,Working Title 37 Tom Kundig,Works 37 True Colors 39 U Up the Mountain Path 21, 39 V Vicious Nonsense 34 Vintage Sudoku 28 Violet Velvet Mittens with Everything 39 Visualizing Nature 34 Voices of Change 34 W Walk in the Forest, A 39 We Are Santa 34 Weaving Big on a Little Loom 11 Weaving on a Little Loom 11, 35 W. E. B. Du Bois’s Data Portraits 36 What Can Colors Do? 39 Wheeler 4 When I Am Big 39 When I Am Bigger 39 Wild Design 34 Wild Dyer, The 35 Winterland 35 Women Who Changed Architecture, The 17 Woodcut Notecards 41 Woodcut: Three Puzzles 42 Woodland Journal 41 Wright Sites 37 Z Zahoran, Cayla 7

R Radiant 34 Radical Practice 15 Recurrent Visions 16 Richards, William 13, 18 Russel and Mary Wright 37 S Sabharwal, Puneet 7 Saws, Planes, and Scorps 35 Scott, Traer 10 Sea Ranch, The 37 Senses, The 36 Sewell, Matt 22 She Heard the Birds 39 Stories of Japanese Tea 6 Streams and Ponds 40 Sunprint Notecards 41

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