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Lars Müller Publishers Spring 2012 Architecture Design Photography Art Society We are convinced that—today more than ever—the publisher’s task consists in selecting relevant topics, ideas, and themes from an ever-increasing flood of “contents.” Our program reflects this: with titles of high quality in the tradition of a “school of seeing” that has been a leading motif for many years. An earlier credo of the publishing house was: bringing Switzerland to the world. This spring, we are happy to present to the readers Swiss content of global significance: With Gigon / Guyer Architects: Works & Projects 2001– 2011, the renowned architects Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer offer in-depth insight into their architectural approach and projects of the last ten years, while Freitag: Out of the Bag writes the story of the company behind the world-famous Swiss design icon known as the “ Freitag bag.” These examples of “Swissness” are both contrasted and complemented by the playful and interactive book object Poemotion by the young Japanese designer Takahiro Kurashima. The fascinating moiré effects he creates with a set of graphical patterns and a lined plastic film provoke us to question our own perception. Lars Müller

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Gigon/Guyer Architects Works & Projects 2001– 2 011 With essays by Gerhard Mack, Arthur Rüegg, and Philip Ursprung Monograph about the internationally acclaimed architects who recently built the Prime Tower in Zürich, the highest building in Switzerland to date On the occasion of an exhibition dedicated to the architects’ work at ETH Zürich, December 2011 –January 2012 Includes a comprehensive list of the architects’ projects

Available February 2012 21 × 31 .5 cm, 8  ¼ x 12  ½ in approx. 576 pages approx. 870 illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -276 -7 , English E UR 58 .–  G BP 55 .–  USD / C AD 85 .–

Since its founding in 1989 , the office of Gigon/Guyer architects has designed a truly impressive series of projects. Among the most important are museum, residential, and office buildings, as well as mixed-use constructions. The recently completed Prime Tower and its annex buildings on the Maag site in Zürich have been internationally acclaimed. The monograph offers keen insight into how Annette Gigon and Mike Guyer understand architecture. The diverse concepts and the varied applications of design, material, form, and color employed in their projects are presented in detailed documentation of their work that includes photography, plans, and short texts. Three essays and a discussion between Patrick Gmür, Martin Steinmann, and the architects offer in-depth reflection and contextualization. ANNETTE G IGON , born in Herisau, Switzerland in 1959 . Graduated from ETH Zürich in 1984 . Between 2001 and 2002 she was a visiting lecturer at E PF Lausanne and in 2008 a visiting lecturer at ETH Zürich. Beginning in 2012 , she will be Professor for Architecture and Construction at ETH Zürich. MIKE G UYE R , born in Columbus, Ohio, U.S. in 1959 . Graduated from ETH Zürich in 1984 . In 2002 , he was a visiting lecturer at E PF Lausanne and in 2009 a visiting lecturer at ETH Zürich. Beginning in 2012 , he will be Professor for Architecture and Construction at ETH Zürich. They founded Gigon/Guyer architects in 1989 .

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Imperfect Health The Medicalization of Architecture CCA , Montreal (Ed.)

The book examines the relationship between health and architecture On the occasion of the exhibition Imperfect Health: The Medicalization of Architecture at CCA Montreal, October 25 , 2011 – April 1 , 2012

Available March 2012 16 .5  × 24 cm, 6  ½ × 9  ½ in approx. 376 pages 300 illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -279 -8 , English ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -284 -2 , French E UR 50 .–  G BP 45 .–  USD / C AD 70 .–

As health becomes a central focus of political debate, are architects, urban designers, and landscape architects seeking a new moral and political agenda to ­address these concerns? Imperfect Health looks at the complexity of today’s health problems juxtaposed with a variety of proposed architectural and urban ­solutions. Essays by Margaret Campbell, David Gissen, Carla C. Keirns, and Sarah Schrank deal with different aspects of the topic of health in the context of archi­ tecture such as: “An Architectural Theory of Pollution” and “Strange Bedfellows: ­Tuberculosis and Modern Architecture—How ‘The Cure’ Influenced Modernist ­Architecture and Design.” The book is published in collaboration with the CCA , ­Montreal on the occasion of the exhibition Imperfect Health: The Medicalization of Architecture, curated by Giovanna Borasi, CCA Curator of Contemporary ­Architecture, and Mirko Zardini, CCA Director and Chief Curator.

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CAVILLO-IN THE AIR

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Toxic air pollutants – heavy metals, chemicals, pesticides - commonly found in urbanized regions around the globe, are largely attributed to emissions produced by heavy concentrations of industries and fossil-fuel based vehicles. A recent World Health Organization (WHO) report confirms that around 20% percent of global diseases and illness are related to environmental factors like air and water contamination – conditions usually imperceptible to the naked eye.

Toxic air pollutants – heavy metals, chemicals, pesticides - commonly found in urbanized regions around the globe, are largely attributed to emissions produced by heavy concentrations of industries and fossil-fuel based vehicles. A recent World Health Organization (WHO) report confirms that around 20% percent of global diseases and illness are related to environmental factors like air and water contamination – conditions usually imperceptible to the naked eye.

The project In the Air provides a tool to visualize, in real time, the invisible, microscopic agents present in the air of a city. A ‘toxic topography’ is digitally generated above the urban fabric through the interpolation of hourly data, collected in measuring stations. Each layer corresponds to one of the five most unhealthy and dangerous substances: Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Ozone (O3) and Particulate Matter (PM10). By differentiating the components, it is possible to locate the emission sources and identify possible actions to reduce their densities. In the short term, the project facilitates low pollution guidelines to plan daily activities. On the long run, the accumulation of data may provide low pollution guidelines for urban planning.

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The project In the Air provides a tool to visualize, in real time, the invisible, microscopic agents present in the air of a city. A ‘toxic topography’ is digitally generated above the urban fabric through the interpolation of hourly data, collected in measuring stations. Each layer corresponds to one of the five most unhealthy and dangerous substances: Carbon Monoxide (CO), Nitrogen Dioxide (NO2), Sulphur Dioxide (SO2), Ozone (O3) and Particulate Matter (PM10). By differentiating the components, it is possible to locate the emission sources and identify possible actions to reduce their densities. In the short term, the

Walter Niedermayr, photographer Pian dei Fiacconi V Dolomite Mountains, Italy, 1996 Chromogenic colour print, 56 x 46.2 cm CCA Collection, PH1997:0029

project facilitates low pollution guidelines to plan daily activities. On the long run, the accumulation of data may provide low pollution guidelines for urban planning. The project In the Air provides a tool to visualize, in real time, the invisible, microscopic agents present in the air of a city.

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The Mansilla + Tuñón Studios 2008–2010 Between Rules and Constraints Mansilla + Tuñón (Eds.) In cooperation with Princeton University School of Architecture With contributions by Stan Allen, Enrique Walker, Sarah Whiting, and Agustin Perez Rubio Design: Thumb, New York

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An in-depth look at the work approach of Madrid-based architects Mansilla + Tuñón With photographs by Dean Kaufman, Luis Asin, and Luis Baylón

16 .5  × 24 cm, 6  ½ × 9  ½ in approx. 160 pages approx. 100 illustrations, paperback ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -281 -1 , English E UR 32 .–  G BP 28 .–  USD / C AD 45 .–

From 2008 to 2010 , Madrid-based architects Mansilla + Tuñón taught at the Princeton University School of Architecture. The Mansilla + Tuñón Studios 2008 –2010 : Between Rules and Constraints brings together the essential ideas of the studios held by the architects. The book focuses on the atmosphere of the studios through the lens of each discussed site: the Farnsworth House in Plano, Illinois, the Spanish Royal Collection Museum, and the Gran Via, both in Madrid, Spain. In addition, the book includes a series of photo essays by photographers Dean Kaufman, Luis Asin, and Luis Baylón, and texts by Stan Allen, Enrique Walker, Sarah Whiting, and Agustin Perez Rubio. Madrid-based architects Luis M. Mansilla and E milio Tuñón , winners of the 2007 Mies van der Rohe Prize, are best known for their influential cultural buildings throughout Spain. They trained at the studio of Rafael Moneo before founding their own practice in 1992 . Mansilla + Tuñón’s work exposes the constraints of the architectural project—social, political, historical, and environmental—in order to create new rules from which to play. It is an ongoing conversation between the building and the place.

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Co-Authoring David Adjaye and Marc McQuade (Eds.) In cooperation with Princeton University School of Architecture With contributions by Stan Allen, Teresita Fernández, Jorge Pardo, and Matthew Ritchie Design: Thumb, New York Documentation of projects at the intersection of art and architecture Available May 2012 16 .5  × 24 cm, 6  ½ × 9  ½ in approx. 160 pages approx. 100 illustrations, paperback ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -282 -8 , English E UR 32 .–  G BP 28 .–  USD / C AD 45 .–

Features work by architect David Adjaye and artists Teresita Fernández, Jorge Pardo, and Matthew Ritchie The Adjaye Studios 2008 –2010 : Co-Authoring sets out to examine the intersection of art and architecture, not through the tradition of art within architecture, but through non-standard modes of collaboration. From 2008 to 2010 David Adjaye taught three studios at the Princeton School of Architecture. Each year, an artist —Teresita Fernández, Jorge Pardo, and Matthew Ritchie—was invited to collaborate with the ­studio and share their approach to three vastly different sites: New Jersey, the ­Gowanus Canal in Brooklyn, and the city of Mérida in the Yucatán. Through non-­ standard modes of questioning, developing, and testing, the studios set out to overturn expectations a ­ ssociated with the conventions of architectural design and ­representation. The ­Adjaye Studios 2008 –2010 : Co-Authoring features a curated ­selection of recent ­projects from David Adjaye and the three featured artists, ­interviews, essays, and a ­ rchival material that unpacks and offers a new look at the shared space of art and architecture. DAVID ADJAYE , born in Dar-Es-Salam, Tanzania, in 1966 . He graduated from Royal College of Art, London, in 1993 and established his architectural practice in 2000 . He is recognized as one of the leading architects of his generation. MARC McQUADE , born in 1978 , is a project architect at Adjaye Associates, New York.

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Freitag: Out of the Bag Museum of Design Zürich (Ed.) Publication about the success story of the cult label Freitag On the occasion of an exhibition dedicated to the Freitag story at Museum of Design Zürich, April–July 2012 , traveling exhibition 2012 –2014

Available May 2012 approx. 11 .6  × 17 .8 cm, 4  ½ × 7 in approx. 256 pages approx. 200 illustrations, paperback ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -278 -1 , English E UR 25 .–  G BP 22 .–  USD / C AD 35 .–

Back in 1993 , graphic designer brothers Markus and Daniel Freitag were on the lookout for a messenger bag. Inspired by the cheerfully colored trucks rumbling along the highway that crossed the city of Zürich just in front of their apartment, they cut a messenger bag out of an old truck tarpaulin. The shoulder strap was fashioned from used car seatbelts, while an old bicycle inner tube provided the edging. Freitag bags soon became fashionable and the Freitag company now employs more than 120 people. The publication uses the example of Freitag to show that design does not end with the product. The history, products, manufacture, organization, distribution, marketing, and reception are explained, commented upon, and presented in often surprising ways. On the occasion of an exhibition dedicated to the Freitag story at Museum of Design Zürich, Lars Müller Publishers will publish a generously illustrated paperback book that includes interviews, documentation, and essays on the Freitag concept and its history. MARKUS and DANIE L FRE ITAG are both graphic designers and founded Freitag in 1993 .

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Poemotion Design: Takahiro Kurashima, Junji Hata Playful, interactive book-object in analog form Create astonishing visual effects by moving the moiré film across the pages

Available February 2012 17  × 23 cm, 6  ¾ × 9 in 36 pages 30 illustrations, paperback ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -277 -4 , English E UR 28 .–  G BP 25 .–  USD  / C AD 40 .–

Poemotion is an interactive book-object. The abstract graphical patterns in this small volume are set in motion as soon as you move the attached special foil across them: moiré effects allow complex forms to develop, set circles in motion, and make graphical patterns vibrate. Inspired by Seesaw, an earlier book from the publisher and in a playful yet minimalist fashion the Japanese designer Takahiro Kurashima establishes a link to the motif of a “School of Seeing” that has long occupied a special place in the program of Lars Müller Publishers. With this book the viewer can discover how, as if by magic, figures and forms are created out of optical overlays, set in motion, and then disappear again. In the era of digitalization this book shows that interactivity is also possible in the format of the analog, bound book. TAKAHIRO KURASHIMA , born in 1970 . Studied graphic design at Musashino Art University. Since 1992 he has worked as art director for the Japanese advertising

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Design in Question Elisava, design2 context (Eds.) 360 witty, inspiring and thought-provoking questions on design

Documentation of the project by Ruedi Baur and Design2 context at the renowned Elisava School of Design in Barcelona

Available April 2012  7 .4  × 10 .5 cm, 3  × 4 in approx. 420 pages approx. 200 illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -280 -4 , English E UR 20 .–  G BP 18 .–  USD / C AD 28 .– Related title Ruedi Baur Intégral Page 13

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In 2009 , Ruedi Baur, Design2 context, and the renowned Elisava School of Design in Barcelona launched a call for “Questions on Design” in order to create a typographical wall in the entrance area of Elisava. About a hundred persons from all over the world, designers as well as students, took part in the exercise. As of today, more than 700 questions have been gathered and put onto the wall. Among them, Vera and Ruedi Baur have selected the wittiest questions for this publication. They scrutinize different facets of design which are currently relevant in diverse fields, such as the natural sciences and society as a whole. The book documents the typographical wall with various photographs. All selected questions are reproduced in their original language. A text explains the idea and the realization of the project. RUE DI BAUR , born in Paris in 1956 , is a graphic designer. He is the head and founder of two studios, intégral ruedi baur et associés in Paris and integral ruedi baur in Zürich. Since 2004 , he is a professor at the Hochschule für Gestaltung und Kunst Zürich, and is in charge of Design2 context, a recently founded institute for research on design.

EL DISSENY ÉS NOMÉS UNA CONFIGURACIÓ RETÒRICA DE LA IDEA?

COM PODRIEN ELS DISSENYADORS SER ALGUNA COSA MÉS QUE ELS SERVIDORS DEL COMERÇ I DEL MERCAT

COM PUC FER QUE ELS MEUS MISSATGES SIGUIN FÀCILMENT RECORDATS?

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EL DISSENY ÉS NOMÉS UNA CONFIGURACIÓ RETÒRICA DE LA IDEA?

SI ELS OBJECTES CONTEMPORANIS DISSENYATS SÓN UNA PRODUCCIÓ AMB SIGNIFICAT CULTURAL, QUÈ ENS DIU EL DISSENY?

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Design by Kuhn Rikon Design: Raffinerie, Zürich With photographs by Cortis & Sonderegger, Zürich First publication about the iconic Swiss kitchen tool manufacturer Kuhn Rikon A portrait of high quality Swiss design for everyday life

Available January 2012  21  ×   31 .5 cm, 8  ¼ × 12  ½ in, 96 pages 70 illustrations, hardcover ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -283 -5

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Kitchen tools — pans, knives, ladles, can openers, garlic presses — are found in every household and are used daily. And yet they receive little attention. After use they vanish into cupboards and drawers. Küchen Werkzeug / Kitchen Tools: Design by Kuhn Rikon provides a platform for products developed over the past five years at the Swiss kitchen tool manufacturer Kuhn Rikon, products that explore new directions in terms of function and aesthetics. The photography by Cortis & Sonderegger lets them emerge from the background to become the true protagonists in playfully arranged everyday and not-so-everyday settings. The photographs are complemented by texts by Claude Lichtenstein, Christof Gassner, and Philipp Beyeler, and discuss the kitchen as a world en miniature, design for cooking, and the history of this iconic Swiss kitchen tool manufacturer.

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Backlist Architecture

Insular Insight

Landform Building

Where Art and Architecture Conspire with Nature Naoshima Teshima Inujima

Architecture’s New Terrain Stan Allen and Marc McQuade (Eds.) In cooperation with the Princeton University School of Architecture

Lars Müller and Akiko Miki (Eds.) With contributions by Peter Sloterdijk, Eve Blau, Nayan Chanda, Jean-Hubert Martin, Soichiro Fukutake, Shunya Yoshimi, and Mitsuhiro Yoshimoto With photographs by Iwan Baan

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in 480 pages 430 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-223-1, English EUR 45.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 65.–

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in 464 pages 259 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-255-2, English EUR 45.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 70.–

Steven Holl

Steven Holl – Scale An Architect’s Sketch Book

Steven Holl

Lars Müller Publishers

16.8 × 12.6 cm, 6 ½ × 5 in, 480 pages 420 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-251-4, English EUR 40.–  GBP 38.–  USD / CAD 55.–

Five North American Architects

An Anthology by Kenneth Frampton Stanley Saitowitz Brigitte Shim + Howard Sutcliffe Rick Joy John + Patricia Patkau Steven Holl Columbia University GSAPP Lars Müller Publishers

Kenneth Frampton

Five North American Architects

Color Light Time

Jordi Safont

Sanford Kwinter

Steven Holl

With essays by Jordi Safont-Tria, Sanford Kwinter, and Steven Holl 12.6 × 16.8 cm, 5 × 6½ in, 136 pages approx. 100 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-252-1, English EUR 40.–  GBP 38.–  USD / CAD 55.–

Aga Khan Award for Architecture 2010

Implicate & Explicate

An Anthology by Kenneth Frampton

Mohsen Mostafavi (Ed.)

In cooperation with GSAPP , Columbia University

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 352 pages 191 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-242-2, English EUR 35.–  GBP 35.–  USD / CAD 50.–

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in approx. 160 pages approx. 200 illustrations, paperback 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-256-9, English EUR 40.–  GBP 38.–  USD / CAD 55.–

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Color Light Time

Lars Müller (Ed.)

Steven Holl – Color Light Time


Backlist Architecture

Dan Graham’s New Jersey

Lars müLLer PubLishers

Dan Graham’s New Jersey

 Charlie Koolhaas

True City

In cooperation with GSAPP , Columbia University

21 × 30 cm, 8 ¼ × 11 ¾ in approx. 240 pages approx. 200 illustrations, paperback 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-261-3, English EUR 45.–  GBP 42.–  USD / CAD 65.–

With contributions by Mark Wigley and Mark Wasiuta and comments by Dan Graham 19 × 26 cm, 7 ½ × 10 ¼ in approx. 160 pages approx. 140 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-259-0, English EUR 45.–  GBP 42.–  USD / CAD 65.–

Ecological Urbanism Mohsen Mostafavi with Gareth Doherty, Harvard University Graduate School of Design (Eds.) 16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 656 pages 1000 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-189-0, English EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 60.–

Iwan Baan Brasilia – Chandigarh Living with Modernity Lars Müller (Ed.) With texts by Cees Nooteboom and Martino Stierli 24 x 30 cm, 9 ½ × 11 ¾ in, 240 pages 200 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-228-6, English EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 60.–

Guy Nordenson Patterns and Structure Selected Writings

What Anchors a House in Itself Seven Buildings Andreas Fuhrimann, Gabrielle Hächler

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½× 9 ½ in, 464 pages 218 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-219-4, English EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 60.–

18.6 × 24.8 cm, 7 ¼ × 9 ¾ in, 216 pages 167 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-240-8, English 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-224-8, German EUR 35.–  GBP 35.–  USD / CAD 60.–

Michael Merrill Louis Kahn: Drawing to Find Out The Domincan Motherhouse and the Patient Search for Architecture 30 × 24 cm, 11 ½ × 9 ½ in, 240 pages 233 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-221-7, English EUR 59.–  GBP 60.–  USD / CAD 90.–

Alice Foxley Distance & Engagement Walking, Thinking and Making Landscape 24 × 16.5 cm, 9 ½ × 6 ½ in, 480 pages 1000 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-196-8, English EUR 50.–  GBP 50.–  USD / CAD 80.–

Antonio Foscari Andrea Palladio – Unbuilt Venice 15 × 24 cm, 6 × 9 ½ in, 288 pages 230 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-222-4, English EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 60.–

Tree Nurseries – Cultivating the Urban Jungle Dominique Ghiggi, the Chair of Günther Vogt, Department of Architecture, ETH Zürich (Eds.) 24 × 33 cm, 9 ½ × 13 in, 240 pages 600 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-218-7, English 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-217-0, German EUR 35.–  GBP 35.–  USD / CAD 55.–

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Seeking Archetypes

Hannes Wettstein

Backlist Design

Lars Müller Publishers

Hannes Wettstein – Seeking Archetypes

Maharam Agenda Michael Maharam (Ed.)

Studio Hannes Wettstein (Ed.) With essays by Thomas Haemmerli, Max Küng, and Volker Albus 23 × 29 cm, 9 × 11 ½ in 292 pages 662 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-265-1, English/German/Italian EUR 58.–  GBP 55.–  USD / CAD 85.–

Lars Müller Helvetica Homage to a Typeface 12 × 16 cm, 4 ¾ × 6 ¼ in, 256 pages 400 illustrations, paperback 2002, ISBN 978-3-03778-046-6, English EUR 15.–  GBP 15.–  USD / CAD 25.–

Helvetica Forever Story of a Typeface

Massimo Vignelli The Vignelli Canon

Lars Müller and Victor Malsy (Eds.)

14.8 × 21 cm, 5 ¾ × 8 ¼ in, 112 pages 142 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-225-5, English 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-268-2, German EUR 28.–  GBP 20.–  USD / CAD 35.–

19 × 26 cm, 7 ½ × 10 ¼ in, 160 pages 150 illustrations, hardcover 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-121-0, English 2008, ISBN 978-3-03778-120-3, German EUR 30.–  GBP 30.–  USD / CAD 49.–

Corporate Diversity Swiss Graphic Design and Advertising by Geigy, 1940–1970

Lars Müller Josef Müller-Brockmann Pioneer of Swiss Graphic Design

Museum of Design Zürich, Andres Janser, Barbara Junod (Eds.)

19 × 27 cm, 7 ½ × 10 ¾ in, 264 pages 369 illustrations, paperback 1994, ISBN 978-3-906700-89-2, English 1994, ISBN 978-3-907078-59-4, German EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 60.–

19.4 × 26.8 cm, 7 ¾ × 10 ½ in, 208 pages 385 illustrations, hardcover 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-160-9, English 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-161-6, German EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 65.–

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22 × 28 cm, 8 ½ × 11 in, 256 pages 408 illustrations, hardcover with stitched fabric cover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-187-6, English EUR 55.–  GBP 50.–  USD / CAD 65.–

Metahaven Uncorporate Identity Metahaven (Daniel van der ­Velden and Vinca Kruk) with ­Marina Vishmidt (Eds.) Co-published by Jan van Eyck Academie 17 × 24 cm, 6 ¾ × 9 ½ in, 608 pages 200 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-169-2, English EUR 45.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 75.–

Jan Conradi Unimark International The Design of Business and the Business of Design Foreword by Massimo Vignelli 19 × 26 cm, 7 ½ × 10 ¼ in, 242 pages 150 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-184-5, English EUR 45.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 65.–

Ulrike Felsing Dynamic Identities in Cultural and Public Contexts 16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 256 pages 200 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-163-0, English 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-162-3, German EUR 35.–  GBP 35.–  USD / CAD 55.–


Backlist Design

A5/05: Lufthansa and Graphic Design

Jasper Morrison

Visual History of an Airline

A World Without Words

Jens Müller and Karen Weiland, labor visuell at the University of Applied Sciences Düsseldorf, Departement of Design (Eds.)

1998 , Reprint

14.8 × 21 cm, 5 ¾ × 8 ¼ in 128 pages 400 illustrations, paperback 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-267-5, German/English EUR 28.–  GBP 25.–  USD / CAD 40.–

available again

11 × 15.5 cm, 4 ¼ × 6 in, 112 pages 104 illustrations, paperback 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-207-1, English EUR 18.–  GBP 16.–  USD / CAD 25.–

Kenya Hara

Designing Design 16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 472 pages 389 illustrations, hardcover 2007, ISBN 978-3-03778-105-0, English EUR 55.–  GBP 50.–  USD / CAD 70.– available again

Naoto Fukasawa, Jasper Morrison Super Normal Sensations of the Ordinary 14.8 × 20 cm, 5 ¾ × 7 ¾ in, 128 pages 264 illustrations, paperback 2007, ISBN 978-3-03778-106-7, English EUR 25.–  GBP 25.–  USD / CAD 35.–

Poster Collection 23 In Series

POSTER COLLECTION 22 Letters Only

Museum of Design Zürich (Ed.)

Museum of Design Zürich (Ed.)

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 96 pages 203 illustrations, paperback 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-266-8 English /German EUR 28.–  GBP 25.–  USD / CAD 40.–

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in 96 pages, 114 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-206-4 English/German EUR 25.–  GBP 25.–  USD / CAD 35.–

Ruedi Baur Ruedi Baur Intégral Anticipating, Questioning, Inscribing, Distinguishing, Irritating, Orienting, Translating 16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 480 pages 200 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-134-0, English 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-203-3, French 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-202-6, German EUR 50.–  GBP 50.–  USD / CAD 80.–

Jasper Morrison Everything but the Walls 22 × 28 cm, 8 ¾ × 11 in, 256 pages 300 illustrations, paperback 2006, ISBN 978-3-03778-064-0, English EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 59.–

Global Design International Perspectives and Individual Concepts Museum of Design Zürich, Angeli Sachs (Eds.) 16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 320 pages 350 illustrations, paperback 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-210-1, English 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-154-8, German EUR 35.–  GBP 35.–  USD / CAD 60.–

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Backlist Photography

Swiss Photobooks from 1927 to the Present

Lukas Felzmann

Swarm

A Different History of Photography

With contributions by Peter Pfrunder, Gordon H. Orians, Deborah M. Gordon, and Wallace Stevens

Peter Pfrunder, Fotostiftung Schweiz (Eds.)

21 × 27 cm, 8 ¼ × 10 ½ in 240 pages 115 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-241-5, English EUR 50.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 70.–

Christian Lutz Tropical Gift The Business of Oil and Gas in Nigeria 30 × 24 cm, 11 ½ × 9 ½ in, 96 pages 52 photographs, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-226-2, English EUR 35.–  GBP 35.–  USD / CAD 50.–

Klaus Merkel

22 × 28 cm, 8 ¾ × 11 in 704 / 576 pages 861 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-274-3, German with English and French translations 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-260-6, German EUR 75.–  GBP 70.–  USD / CAD 120.–

Christian Lutz Protokoll

Jules Spinatsch Temporary Discomfort

30 × 24 cm, 11 ¾ × 9 ½ in, 90 pages 54 photographs, hardcover 2007, ISBN 978-3-03778-110-4 English/French/German/Spanish EUR 35.–  GBP 35.–  USD / CAD 45.–

24 × 30 cm, 9 × 11 ¾ in, 186 pages 115 photographs, hardcover 2005, ISBN 978-3-03778-047-3 English/German EUR 30.–  GBP 30.–  USD / CAD 45.–

Luciano Rigolini What you see Fotostiftung Schweiz (Ed.) 12 × 16 cm, 4 ¾ × 6 ¼ in, 160 pages 107 photographs, hardcover 2008, ISBN 978-3-03778-139-5 German/English/French/Japanese EUR 25.–  GBP 25.–  USD / CAD 35.–

Until a couple of years ago, my idea was that I had no need for a residence.

Trees as well as Stones

I spent most of my time in my studio or traveling. Katharina Grosse

My apartment was just to sleep in.

Katharina Grosse Now I’m going to plant a kitchen garden around the house.

Wish I had a big studio in the center of the city Lars Müller Publishers

Lars Müller Publishers

Klaus Merkel Trees as well as Stones

Hamish Fulton The Uncarved Block

24 × 30 cm, 9 × 11 ¾ in, 112 pages 94 illustrations, hardcover 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-272-9, English 2011, ISBN 978-3-03778-263-7, German EUR 50.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 70.–

30 × 24 cm, 11 ¾ × 9 ½ in, 160 pages 120 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-227-9, English EUR 50.–  GBP 50.–  USD / CAD 75.–

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Silvia Bächli and Eric Hattan BLINDHÆÐIR East Iceland

Only one window opens, and it’s violet.

Wish I had a big studio in the center of the city Lars Müller Publishers

Katharina Grosse Wish I Had a Big Studio in the Center of the City

Editions Attitudes, Geneva (Ed.) 29 × 16.3, 11 ½ × 7 ½ in, 304 pages 147 photographs, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-216-3 English / French /German / Icelandic EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 65.–

17 × 23 cm, 6 ¾ × 9 in, 144 pages 73 illustrations, hardcover 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-170-8, English 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-168-5, German EUR 30.–  GBP 30.–  USD / CAD 45.–


René Schwarzenbach, Lars Müller, Christian Rentsch and Klaus Lanz (Eds.) In cooperation with the Department of Environmental Sciences, ETH Zürich This visual reader offers a new approach to explaining climate change and making the topic accessible to a wider public Continues the series of our well-known bestsellers The Face of Human Rights and Who Owns the Water?

16 .5  × 24 cm, 6  ½ × 9  ½ in, 576 pages 307 illustrations, hardcover 2012 , ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -245 -3 , English 2011 , ISBN 978 -3 -03778 -244 - 6 , German E UR 45 .–  G BP 40 .–  USD / C AD 65 .–

English

For Future’s Sake! sets itself the goal of conveying the knowledge revealed by current climate research in a manner that is both concise and appealing. It differs from other books on climate change principally in the way it is conceived as a visual reader that deliberately uses the effectiveness and power of the image to present the theme in a graphic way. Extensive series of images with large photographs and informative diagrams accompany well-researched essays on and around the themes of climate history, research and policy and thus offer an in-depth examination. The book provides insights into the history of the earth’s climate and reveals the factors that are responsible for climate change. It poses questions and provides answers: why is the earth becoming warmer? What are the consequences we must reckon with? What can we do against this? Who determines the future? As both a volume of illustrations and a reader, For Future’s Sake! is directed at all those who want to equip themselves with knowledge and understanding to confront what is probably our planet’s most pressing problem. René Schwarzenbach was dean of the Department of Environmental Sciences

at ETH Zürich. German

Christian Rentsch is a journalist. Klaus Lanz is a journalist and environmental researcher.

The Face of Human Rights Walter Kälin, Lars Müller, and Judith Wyttenbach (Eds.) 16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 720 pages 500 illustrations 2004, ISBN 978-3-03778-017-6, English, hardcover EUR 45.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 60.– 2008, ISBN 978-3-03778-114-2, German, paperback EUR 30.–  GBP 30.–  USD / CAD 50.–

Science Suisse An Initiative of SRG SSR idée suisse Christian Eggenberger and Lars Müller (Eds.) 16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 472 pages 250 illustrations, hardcover, with DVD 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-145-6 English/French/German/Italian (PAL) EUR 30.–  GBP 25.–  USD / CAD 45.–

Christina Kleineidam, Hans Peter Jost Cotton worldwide 19 × 26 cm, 7 ½ × 10 ¼ in, 320 pages 220 illustrations, hardcover 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-201-9, English 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-200-2, German EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 60.–

Who Owns the Water?

Faith Is. The Quest for Spirituality and Religion

Lars Müller, Klaus Lanz, Christian Rentsch, and René Schwarzenbach (Eds.)

Lukas Niederberger and Lars Müller (Eds.)

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 536 pages 256 illustrations, hardcover 2006, ISBN 978-3-03778-018-3, English 2006, ISBN 978-3-03778-015-2, German EUR 45.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 60.–

16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 396 pages 159 illustrations, hardcover 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-144-9, English 2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-143-2, German EUR 45.–  GBP 45.–  USD / CAD 60.–

Andreas Seibert From Somewhere to Nowhere China’s Internal Migrants

Yann Mingard, Alban Kakulya East of a New Eden European External Borders A Documentary Account

19 × 26 cm, 7 ½ × 10 ¼ in 320 pages, 228 photographs, hardcover 2008, ISBN 978-3-03778-146-3, English EUR 40.–  GBP 40.–  USD / CAD 55.–

25 × 33 cm, 9 × 13 in, 320 pages 150 illustrations, hardcover 2010, ISBN 978-3-03778-176-0 English/French EUR 60.–  GBP 60.–  USD / CAD 99.–

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Backlist Society

For Future’s Sake! A Visual Reader of Climate Change


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