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New titles 5 Tropical Gardens 7 Where Equine Stars are Born Masterpieces series 9 Masterpieces: Bungalow Architecture + Design 11 Backlist of this series

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Architecture in Focus series Creating Shadow Apartment Buildings Offices Backlist of this series

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Further new titles Luxurious Design for Dogs Packaging Design Alaska and the Airplane Healing Architecture 101 Hotel-Lobbies, Bars & Restaurants BUILDING BERLIN VOL. 2 Bruno Taut

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Backlist Interior Design series Atlas series 1000 x series Retail & Hospitality series Best of… series Collection series Design series Architecture Guides series Further titles

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dreaming of… series

Manuela Roth Tropical Gardens – Hidden Exotic Paradises English Hardcover with dust jacket 23.5 x 33.5 cm | 9 1/4 x 13 1/4 232 pages 450 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-143-5 $ 49.95 April 2013

From the content: n Davids Garden in Treasure Cay, Bahamas (Raymond Jungles) n Hamilton Residence Garden in Miami, USA (Arquitectonica) n Garden of Sassoon House in Bali, Indonesia (Wijaya Tribwana)

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Tropical gardens are man-made paradises on earth: The seductive perfume of exotic flowers, gently splashing water and unimaginable shades of colors provide the beholder with the setting for a dream. Since many are privately owned, this publication allows readers to look behind the gates and to discover the stunning beauty of some of the most magnificent tropical gardens of the world.

72 Sentosa Cove in Singapore (Ong & Ong) Baan Botanica in Bangkok, Thailand (Bensley Design Studio)

These veritable lands of wonder betray the sure instinct and eye for details as well as the botanical knowledge of their landscape architects and gardeners. In addition to the creative arrangement of plants and trees, lakes and creeks with other natural treasures, the selected gardens show numerous ways of how added elements such as bridges, gazebos and garden furniture enhance the enchanting environment and accommodate the human visitor.

also in this series:

Super Yachts ISBN 978-3-03768-093-3 $ 49.95 already published

Tropical Houses ISBN 978-3-03768-095-7 $ 49.95 already published Beach Houses ISBN 978-3-03768-132-9 $ 49.95 already published ­5


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Wiebke Overbeck (ed.) Where Equine Stars Are Born – The World’s Most Impressive Studs and Stables English | German Hardcover with dust jacket 33.5 x 23.5 cm | 13 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. 192 pages 500 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-144-2 $ 59.95 April 2013

From the content: n Kentucky Horse Park, Hodgenville, USA n Gestüt Ganschow, Germany n Ballylinch Stud in Thomastown, Ireland Studs have traditionally focused on the reproduction of horses according to specific parameters. Nowadays, the distinction between horse farms for perpetuating bloodlines and those offering horseback riding for pleasure has almost ceased to exist. Stables where horses are bred, trained and ridden under one roof have become the norm rather than an exception. Many of these are noble accommodations that are designed with much love for detail, usually situated in the most beautiful settings nature has to offer.

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Domaine St. Estève in Saint-Andiol, France n Mushrif Equestrian Club in Dubai, UAE

This book showcases approximately 50 examples from all around the world, featuring all disciplines and styles serving the desires and aspirations of horse breeders and equestrians alike – from traditional, and also historical studs to the modern and fancy. It includes stables, paddocks and riding halls, indoor as well as outdoor spaces for the occasional get-together of equestrians and farms with incorporated romantic hotels.

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masterpieces series

Michelle Galindo Masterpieces: Bungalow Architecture + Design English | German Hardcover with dust jacket 23.5 x 23.5 cm | 9 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. 304 pages 450 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-145-9 $ 49.95 May 2013

From the content: n Treadwell Residence in Big Sur, CA, USA (Carver & Schicketanz) n Bungalow in Richterswil, Switzerland (Kunz und Mösch) n Casa en la Florida in Madrid, Spain (SelgasCano)

The bungalow as we know it was created when British colonial administrators adapted a classic style of Indian architecture to build their summer retreats: All the typical rooms of a house were organized on one floor around a central parlor. Bungalows today are single- or one-and-a-half-stories buildings combining the ingenious spatial solutions of apartment floor plans with the autonomy of detached singlefamily houses.

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Dinesh Mills Bungalow in Gujarat, India (atelier dnD) n Villa Frenay in Almere, The Netherlands (70f Architects)

And they are back in vogue again not only among homebuyers because they are highly functional, eco-friendly and easily accessible, which also makes them a valuable investment for the future. The bungalows presented in this volume show the wide variety of options in terms of size, floor plans and design. The featured designers and architects create homes that satisfy the highest demands for uniqueness, comfort and quality.

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Masterpieces:

Masterpieces:

Masterpieces:

Chalet Architecture + Design

Bridge Architecture + Design

Office Architecture + Design

ISBN 978-3-03768-021-6

ISBN 978-3-03768-025-4

ISBN 978-3-03768-007-0

$ 49.95

$ 49.95

$ 49.95

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Masterpieces:

Masterpieces:

Masterpieces:

Performance Architecture + Design

Library Architecture + Design

Roof Architecture + Design

ISBN 978-3-03768-042-1

ISBN 978-3-03768-065-0

ISBN 978-3-03768-113-8

$ 49.95

$ 49.95

$ 49.95

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Masterpieces:

Masterpieces:

Country House Architecture + Design

Villa Architecture + Design

ISBN 978-3-03768-072-8

ISBN 978-3-03768-089-6

$ 49.95

$ 49.95

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architecture in focus series

Chris van Uffelen Creating Shadow – Design, Construction, Technology English Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 x 29.5 cm | 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 272 pages 400 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-135-0 $ 62.50 February 2013

From the content: n Shadow Pavilion in Ann Arbor, MI, USA (PLY Architecture) n Service Station in San Augustin de Guadelix, Spain (Moneo Brock Studio)

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Protection has always been the most genuine function of architecture. In the context of global warming one of the most needed type of protection is from and against the sun. This necessity has led to an impressive creative outburst of amazing technological developments for all kinds of roofs without walls. These come in all forms and sizes, in a wide variety of materials – concrete, fabrics, fiberglass, wood or plants, to name a few.

This volume features serial productions as well as individual designs. These shadow-providing devices range from elegant sun blinds and canopies, to fancy pergolas and luxury tents as well as small pavilions in public parks, wide covered piazzas, and even entire buildings shielded by independent overlapping roofs. With texts, facts, drawings and photos the presentation of the projects focusses on the design as well as on the constructive aspects and technical features.

The Longest Bench in Littlehampton, Great Britain (Studio Weave) n On the Way to the Sea in Tel Aviv, Israel (Derman Verbakel Architecture) n Everyday Stadium in Sydney, Australia (Aspect Studios)

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architecture in focus series

Chris van Uffelen Apartment Buildings English Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 x 29.5 cm | 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 424 pages 900 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-136-7 $ 99.95 March 2013

From the content: n JOH 3 in Berlin, Germany (J. Mayer H.) n Manhattan Loft Gardens in New York, USA (SOM) n La Grande Cour in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (MVSA) The apartment house is the most typical form of urban living space. Creating layered living spaces is therefore one of the most important and multifaceted tasks for contemporary architects worldwide. This concerns not only the provision of housing facilities for the urban and suburban population but equally important also the shaping of streets and cityscapes.

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Miracle Residence in Istanbul, Turkey (BFTA Mirmalik) Sky Condos in Lima, Peru (DCPP Arquitectos)

The selection includes buildings characterized by contemporary adaptions of traditional floor plans as well as individual floor plans, space-efficient and functional single-bedroom units as well luxurious accommodations with six and more rooms plus several bathrooms. Furthermore, exterior building design is also covered: from different types of repetitive façades, to building shell that reflect the specific urban context and exteriors with a design that work as an eye-catcher in the urban fabric.

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architecture in focus series

architecture in focus series

Chris van Uffelen

Airport Architecture

Automobile Architecture

Offices (new edition)

ISBN 978-3-03768-104-6

ISBN 978-3-03768-073-5

English

$ 62.50

$ 99.95

already published

already published

Bath & Spa

Cinema Architecture

ISBN 978-3-03768-131-2

ISBN 978-3-03768-027-8

$ 62.50

$ 62.50

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already published

Colleges & Universities –

Competition Architecture

Educational Spaces

ISBN 978-3-03768-041-4

ISBN 978-3-03768-036-0

$ 99.95

$ 62.50

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Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 x 29.5 cm | 8 /4 x 11 /2 in. 3

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424 pages 900 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-146-6 $ 99.95 May 2013

: N O I T I D E W NE jects pro new % 100 From the content: n La Cité des Affaires in Saint-Étienne, France (Manuelle Gautrand Architecture) n iProspect in Forth Worth, TX, USA (VLK Architects)

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The demands placed on office spaces and office buildings have intensified in the 21st century through the digital revolution and the new realities of the internet age. Employees working in offices are a constantly growing part of the workforce and play an increasingly decisive and creative role in the economy. In order to cultivate motivation and obtain top productivity it is in the interest of the employer to provide a most comfortable work environment.

This has led to a wide variety of office space options like flexible combination offices and relaxing lounge workspaces, extended leisure time facilities as social hubs. This volume showcases the most inspiring architectural innovations in this expanding field. The selection ranges from small-scale two-roomed offices, business hubs within other institutions such as hotels and airports, to sprawling corporate skyscrapers.

Swedbanks Headquarters in Vilnius, Lithuania (Audrius Ambrasas Architects) n Face to Face in Singapore (Ministry of Design) n O-14 in Dubai, UAE (Reiser + Umemoto)

already published

Convention Centers

Doctors’ Practices

ISBN 978-3-03768-126-8

ISBN 978-3-03768-077-3

$ 62.50

$ 62.50

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already published

Ecological Architecture

Facades –

ISBN 978-3-03768-010-0

Design, Construction & Technology

$ 99.95

ISBN 978-3-03768-110-7

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$ 69.95

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architecture in focus series

architecture in focus series

Factory Design

Fair Design

Residential Architecture

Re-Use Architecture

ISBN 978-3-03768-005-6

ISBN 978-3-938780-62-6

for Senior Citizens

ISBN 978-3-03768-064-3

$ 62.50

$ 62.50

ISBN 978-3-03768-108-4

$ 99.95

already published

already published

$ 62.50

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Fire, Crime & Accident

Hospital Architecture

Schools – Educational Spaces

Signage Design

Fire Departments, Police Stations,

ISBN 978-3-03768-124-4

ISBN 978-3-03768-023-0

ISBN 978-3-03768-091-9

Rescue Services

$ 99.95

$ 62.50

$ 62.50

ISBN 978-3-03768-125-1

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already published

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Kindergartens – Educational Spaces

Light in Architecture

Skyscrapers

Stations

ISBN 978-3-03768-049-0

ISBN 978-3-03768-092-6

ISBN 978-3-03768-114-5

ISBN 978-3-03768-044-5

$ 62.50

$ 99.95

$ 99.95

$ 62.50

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Low Price Houses

Malls and Department Stores

Street Furniture

Townhouses and more

ISBN 978-3-03768-062-9

ISBN 978-3-03768-018-6

ISBN 978-3-03768-043-8

ISBN 978-3-938780-57-2

$ 62.50

$ 99.95

$ 99.95

$ 62.50

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Pharmacies

$ 62.50 already published

Playground Design

Resort Design

Urban Spaces –

ISBN 978-3-03768-096-4

ISBN 978-3-03768-109-1

ISBN 978-3-03768-088-9

Plazas, Squares & Streetscapes

$ 62.50

$ 62.50

$ 62.50

ISBN 978-3-03768-130-5

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new title

Michelle Galindo Luxurious Design for Dogs English | German Hardcover with dust jacket 21 x 28.5 cm | 8 1/4 x 11 1/4 in. 224 pages 400 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-137-4 $ 49.95 March 2013

From the content: n Leach Flexi Glam (Swarovski, Austria) n Mija Bed (Wowbow, Great Britain) n Outdoor Dog Chaise Lounger (Refined Canine, USA) Dogs are considered man’s best friends in most parts of the world. Consequently, dog lovers want their canine friends to have the most optimal living conditions possible – beyond the minimum requirements of healthy food, regular movement and toys for training body and brain. This volume shows the amazing breadth of selection and creativity of products to warm the hearts of dogs and owners alike.

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Travel Dog’s House Clay (Marco Morisini Studio, Italy) Sweet Wilderness Dress Ped (Luxury Dogs, Germany)

The smart furnishings and affectionately created accessories presented here are decorative as well as functional, from royally ornamented dishes, to exclusive toys, to comfortable pillows. Some wrap their dogs in elegant coats and protective shoes, whereas others grant them fancy luxury couches and inviting palaces. This original collection is an ideal source of inspiration for anyone wanting to do everything for their most significant four-legged friends.

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Chris van Uffelen Packaging Design English Hardcover with dust jacket 22.5 x 29.5 cm | 8 3 /4 x 11 1/2 in. 272 pages 400 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-139-8 $ 59.95 April 2013

From the content: n Eau de Toilette Classique (Jean-Paul Gaultier, France) n Tomoka Sugar Cane Rum (Arcadebox, USA) n Regina Chocolate (Jonathan Faust, Denmark) Product packaging has first of all to fulfill functional demands, however, it is much more than just a kind of container made of glass, wood oder plastic protecting its contents: it is also the face of the product. Like the façade of a building, the package gives an impression of what lies behind it.

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Santini Hand Cut Chips (Henry Luong, Australia) Maldon Salt (Pearlfisher, Great Britain)

Packaging is a crucial means to induce a consumer to try a product. Studies show that it has less than three seconds to grab the attention of the customer. Along with the classics of the age of mass-consumption, this title presents many examples of innovative contemporary solutions that are on a par with some of the packaging legends like the sculptural shape of a Coca-Cola bottle.

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new title

Julie Decker | Jeremy Kinney Alaska and the Airplane – A Century of Flight English Hardcover 23.5 x 23.5 cm | 9 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. 176 pages 200 illustrations ISBN 978-3-03768-141-1 $ 24.95 April 2013

From the content: n Historic photographs n Artifacts and objects

Alaskans were introduced to the airplane as early as 1913, when town officials in Fairbanks invited stunt flyers James and Lilly Martin to fly over the local baseball park on July 4. Because many areas are only accessible by air, this enormous state is still defined today by aviation so that aviation and Alaska have formed a very special symbiosis that is unique both in the world of geography and flying.

Published in collaboration with the Anchorage Museum and the Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum

This publication celebrates the 100th anniversary of this remarkable relationship. It looks at aviation through artifacts of flight, popular culture and other ephemera; objects that are unique to flying in Alaska and that impressively convey stories of the pioneering spirit, engineering and the North. In an extraordinary fashion, they foreground the changes flying brought to life on the ground, guiding the reader from the early days through times of war and industrialization, to the beginning of the second century in the air.

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new title

new title

Christine Nickl-Weller | Hans Nickl

Corinna Kretschmar-Joehnk | Peter Joehnk

Healing Architecture

101 Hotel-Lobbies, Bars & Restaurants

English

English Hardcover

Hardcover 23.5 x 23.5 cm | 9 /4 x 9 /4 in.

23.5 x 23.5 cm | 9 1/4 x 9 1/4 in.

256 pages

232 pages

400 illustrations

400 illustrations

ISBN 978-3-03768-140-4

ISBN 978-3-03768-138-1

$ 49.95

$ 49.95

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March 2013

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From the content: n Orthopädische Kinderklinik Aschau, Germany n Kinder- und Herzzentrum Universitätsklinik Innsbruck, Austria

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This title presents the fundamental principals behind the conception and design of built space and their effect on coping with illness. One of the key questions to be answered is how architecture can contribute to healing. Put another way, how does the environment, both built and unbuilt, influence the perception of healthy human beings, in order for them to remain healthy? What makes this title a valuable reference is the direct insight into the planning process of two professional and highly successful hospital architects.

The approach of the work of Christine Nickl-Weller and Hans Nickl is to utilize a perspective in which the human being enjoys the focus of all reflections and planning. Whether it be hospitals or retirement homes over and beyond the simple fulfilment of technical standards and functions, the architects always look for surroundings which support people to allow them to heal and then stay well.

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From the content: n Steigenberger Grandhotel & Spa Heringsdorf, Germany n Hilton Vienna Danube Hotel, Austria n Park Inn Krakow, Poland

As the location for reception and waiting, the hotel lobby is the most important and prestigious area of a hotel. This is where the first contact is made with the guests, anything that happens here has a strong influence on whether their stay will be enjoyable. As with hotel restaurants and bars, the lobby is a place to both relax and communicate.

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Four Points by Sheraton Zaporozhye, Ukraine Oradea DoubleTree by Hilton, Roumania

This volume presents 101 different concepts by Corinna Kretschmar-Joehnk and Peter Joehnk, two renowned specialists in the field of hospitality design. According to the credo “Design follows Atmosphere” they find individual design solutions for the most diverse hotels in the world to create the atmosphere the user desire. The lobbies, bars and restaurants depicted include new designs in historic Grand Hotels, creative solutions for budget hotels as well as hospitality spaces for award-winning design hotels.

also available in this series

101 Hotel Rooms ISBN 978-3-03768-071-1 $ 49.95

One of the best selling titles in 2011/2012

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new title

new title

Architektenkammer Berlin (ed.)

Deutscher Werkbund (ed.) | Winfried Brenne

BUILDING BERLIN Vol. 2

Bruno Taut ­— Master of colourful architecture in Berlin

the latest architecture in and out of the capital

English | German

English

Softcover

Hardcover with dust jacket

14 x 22.5 cm | 5 1/2 x 8 3 /4 in.

21 x 27 cm | 8 1/4 x 10 3 /4 in.

184 pages

192 pages

350 photos

350 illustrations

ISBN 978-3-03768-133-6

ISBN 978-3-03768-134-3

$ 29.95

$ 39.95

November 2012

February 2013

REVISED & DTITION EXTENDED E From the content: n Hotel H10 Berlin, Germany (Kleihues + Kleihues) n Conversion former Jewish Girls School in Berlin, Germany (Grüntuch Ernst)

Over the last 20 years architecture in and from Berlin has emerged as a global brand. Like Vol. 1, this new edition of BUILDING BERLIN showcases the most interesting 70 new buildings in and outside of the German capital. Each project is presented on the basis of informative texts, the most important facts as well as insightful photographic and planning documents.

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Humboldt-Box in Berlin, Germany (KSV Krüger Schuberth Vandreike) n Museum of the Bavarian Kings in Hohenschwangau, Germany (Staab Architekten) n National Stadium Warsaw, Poland (gmp)

The contextual essays for each of the eight sections in this volume cover a wide and interesting range of subjects. While Sarah Tschernigow compares metro systems in cities such as Berlin, Shanghai, Stockholm and Dubai, Falk Jaeger discusses the relevance of drawings and sketches for the contemporary work of the architect. In his contribution Gerwin Zohlen analyses the urban functions of the current and future government buildings in Berlin and the different impacts they have on the city.

From the content: n Gartenstadt Falkenberg (“Paint Box Estate”) n Waldsiedlung Onkel Toms Hütte (Forest Colony “Uncle Tom’s Cabin”) Bruno Taut (1880–1938) is generally considered the leading housing estate architect of the modern era. Utilizing the latest architectural techniques and concentrating on the needs of the people who were to inhabit his buildings, he made a lasting impression on the housing construction of his time – which is not simply reflected by the 10,000 flats built by him.

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Hufeisensiedlung (“Horseshoe Development”) n Siedlung Schillerpark n Wohnstadt Carl Legien This revised and extended edition presents the extensive catalogue of Bruno Taut’s works. Each project is portrayed by means of texts, plans as well as historic and contemporary photos. Proven experts lead the reader through the creative work and life of Bruno Taut in several introductory essays that show him not only as a city planner, designer and social reformer but above all as an artist who therefore truly deserves to be honored as the master of colourful architecture in Berlin.

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interior design series

German Interior Design English | German ISBN 978-3-03768-053-7 $ 49.95 NOW $ 29.95 already published

British Interior Design English | German ISBN 978-3-03768-054-4 $ 49.95 NOW $ 29.95 already published

French Interior Design English | German | French ISBN 978-3-03768-032-2 $ 49.95 NOW $ 29.95 already published

S NEW PRICEItalian Interior Design English | German | Italian ISBN 978-3-03768-031-5 $ 49.95 NOW $ 29.95 already published

Spanish Interior Design

Nordic Interior Design

Japanese Interior Design

English | Spanish

English | German

English | French

ISBN 978-3-03768-069-8

ISBN 978-3-03768-070-4

ISBN 978-3-03768-076-6

$ 49.95 NOW $ 29.95

$ 49.95 NOW $ 29.95

$ 49.95 NOW $ 29.95

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atlas series

Atlas of World Interior Design ISBN 978-3-03768-061-2 $ 99.95 already published

Atlas of World Architecture ISBN 978-3-03768-127-5 $ 99.95 already published

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1000 x series

1000 x European Hotels 1000 x European Architecture

ISBN 978-3-938780-30-5

ISBN 978-3-03768-087-2

$ 125.00

$ 125.00

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already published

1000 x Architecture of the Americas ISBN 978-3-938780-56-5 $ 125.00 already published

1000 x Landscape Architecture ISBN 978-3-03768-059-9 $ 125.00 already published

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retail & hospitality series

Michelle Galindo Coffee Time – Contemporary Cafés ISBN 978-3-03768-105-3 $ 29.95 already published

Michelle Galindo Fashion Worlds – Contemporary Retail Spaces ISBN 978-3-03768-103-9 $ 29.95 already published

Markus Sebastian Braun (ed.) long established and the most fashionable Bookshops ISBN 978-3-03768-122-0 $ 29.95 already published

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best of… series

Work! Best of Office Design

Cook! Best of Kitchen Design

Relax! Best of Spa Design

Home! Best of Living Design

ISBN 978-3-03768-034-6

ISBN 978-3-03768-013-1

ISBN 978-3-938780-68-8

ISBN 978-3-03768-129-9

$ 19.95

$ 19.95

$ 19.95

$ 19.95

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Shop! Best of Store Design

Drink! Best of Bar Design

Cafe! Best of Coffee Shop Design

Eat! Best of Restaurant Design

ISBN 978-3-03768-024-7

ISBN 978-3-03768-015-5

ISBN 978-3-03768-045-2

ISBN 978-3-03768-128-2

$ 19.95

$ 19.95

$ 19.95

$ 19.95

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Dance! Best of Club Design

Move! Best of Gym Design

Swim! Best of Pool Design

ISBN 978-3-03768-029-2

ISBN 978-3-03768-046-9

ISBN 978-3-03768-063-6

$ 19.95

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collection series

design series

Collection: European Architecture English | German | French ISBN 978-3-03768-011-7 $ 49.95

Green Design

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ISBN 978-3-03768-068-1 $ 35.00 already published

Collection: Landscape Architecture English | German | French ISBN 978-3-03768-026-1 $ 89.95

Swiss Design ISBN 978-3-03768-048-3

already published

$ 35.00 already published

Collection: Houses English | German | French ISBN 978-3-03768-012-4 $ 89.95 already published

Toy Design ISBN 978-3-03768-028-5 $ 35.00 already published

Collection: Asian Architecture English ISBN 978-3-03768-047-6 $ 89.95

Berlin Design

already published

ISBN 978-3-03768-014-8 $ 35.00 already published

Collection: Offices English | German

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ISBN 978-3-03768-050-6 $ 89.95 already published

Collection: U.S. Architecture English | German | French ISBN 978-3-03768-022-3 $ 89.95 already published ­40

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architecture guides series

London –

Paris – The Architecture Guide

The Architecture Guide

ISBN 978-3-03768-002-5

ISBN 978-3-03768-030-8

$ 29.95

$ 29.95

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Berlin –

Prague –

The Architecture Guide

The Architecture Guide

ISBN 978-3-03768-083-4

ISBN 978-3-03768-112-1

$ 29.95

$ 29.95

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backlist

backlist

Berlin Modernism Housing Estates ISBN 978-3-03768-000-1 $ 49.95

True North – New Alaskan Architecture ISBN 978-3-03768-020-9 $ 29.95

Architectural Visions ISBN 978-3-03768-035-3 $ 49.95

Contemporary Museums ISBN 978-3-03768-067-4 $ 62.50

Contemporary Prefab Houses ISBN 978-3-03768-066-7 $ 89.95

ON TIME ISBN 978-3-03768-081-0 $ 29.95

500 x Art in Public Masterpieces from the Ancient World to the Present ISBN 978-3-03768-098-8 $ 39.95

European Architecture in Details ISBN 978-3-03768-086-5 $ 19.95

Berlin – Impressions Locations People ISBN 978-3-03768-090-2 $ 14.95

Façade Greenery ISBN 978-3-03768-075-9 $ 24.95

Waterscapes ISBN 978-3-03768-074-2 $ 24.95

Passive Houses ISBN 978-3-03768-106-0 $ 39.95

Ice Architecture ISBN 978-3-93780-59-6 $ 49.95

Desert Architecture ISBN 978-3-938780-58-9 $ 49.95

BUILDING BERLIN Vol. 1 the latest architecture in and out of the capital ISBN 978-3-03768-118-3 $ 39.95

Clear Glass Creating New Perspectives ISBN 978-3-03768-003-2 $ 49.95

Pure Plastic New Materials for Today‘s Architecture ISBN 978-3-938780-51-0 $ 49.95

Masters & their Pieces – best of furniture design ISBN 978-3-03768-097-1 $ 49.95

Water Enjoyment - Sustainable Quality, Technology and Design ISBN 978-3-03768-078-0 $ 49.95

Wood Architecture & Design ISBN 978-3-03768-123-7 $ 39.95

Concrete Architecture & Design ISBN 978-3-03768-107-7 $ 39.95

Fine Fabric Delicate Materials for Architecture and Interior Design ISBN 978-3-03768-004-9 $ 49.95

Set in Stone Rethinking a Timeless Material ISBN 978-3-03768-008-7 $ 49.95

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please contact: Stephan Goetz, Sales & Distribution goetz@braun-publishing.ch

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USA Continental Sales, Inc. National Representation For Publishers 213 West Main Street Barrington, IL 60010 T 847 381 6530 F 847 382 0419 West Coast Faherty & Associates, Inc. 6665 SW Hampton Street, Suite 100 Portland, OR 97223 T 503 639 3113 faherty@fahertybooks.com Midwest Wybel Marketing Group, Inc. 213 West Main Street Barrington, IL 60010 T 847 382 0384 bookreps@wybel.com South Southern Territory Associates 4508 64th Street Lubbock, TX 79414 T 806 799 9997 sta77@suddenlink.net East Coast Melman-Moster Associates, Inc. 43 Yawpo Avenue, Suite 6 Oakland, NJ 07436 T 201 651 9400 books@melman-moster.com Order Address National Book Network (NBN / CSI Group) 15200 NBN Way Blue Ridge Summit, PA 17214 T 800 462 6420 / 717 794 3800 F 800 338 4550 custserv@nbnbooks.com

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France GEODIF/Groupe Eyrolles 61 bd Saint-Germain 75240 Paris Cedex 5 France T +33 (0)1 44 41 11 58 F +33 (0)1 44 41 11 44 info@eyrolles.com

Turkey Yapi-Endustri Merkezi (YEM ) Yesilcimen Sok 12 / 430 Fulya 34394 Istanbul Turkey T +90 212 266 7070 F +90 212 266 7059 bbilir@yem.net

Africa (except South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana & Egypt, Lybia, Morocco) Alexander Quaynor Publisher & Publishers’ Agent Kreuzbergstrasse 29 53127 Bonn, Germany T +49 228 925 991 98 F +49 228 925 992 38 alexander@quaynor.com

Distribution all other territories Head Office Thames & Hudson Ltd 181A High Holborn London WC1V 7QX T +44 (0) 20 7845 5000 F +44 (0) 20 7845 5050 Sales and Marketing Department F +44 (0) 20 7845 5055 sales@thameshudson.co.uk

Trade Distribution and Accounts Littlehampton Book Services Faraday Close Durrington, Worthing West Sussex, BN13 3RB Customer Services T +44 (0) 1903 828501 Direct Orders T +44 (0) 1903 828511 F +44 (0) 1903 828801/02 enquiries@lbsltd.co.uk orders@lbsltd.co.uk

For Taiwan Enquiries: Helen Lee helen_hee@asiapubs.com.hk

Subsidiaries, Agents and Representatives

India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka Scipio Stringer Export Sales Department s.stringer@thameshudson.co.uk

Australia, New Zealand & the Pacific Islands Thames & Hudson Australia Pty Ltd 11 Central Boulevard Portside Business Park Fishermans Bend Victoria 3207 T +61 (03) 9646 7788 F +61 (03) 9646 8790 enquiries@thaust.com.au Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg Bas van der Zee President Kennedylaan 66 huis 1079 NG Amsterdam Netherlands T +31 (0) 623 13 76 95 s.vanderzee@thameshudson.co.uk Central & South America Natasha Ffrench Export Sales Department n.ffrench@thameshudson.co.uk China, Hong Kong, Korea and Macau Thames & Hudson China Ltd Units B&D 17/F Gee Chang Hong Centre 65 Wong Chuk Hang Road Aberdeen, Hong Kong T +852 2553 9289 F +852 2554 2912 aps_thc@asiapubs.com.hk For China Enquiries: Feng Haiming, Shanghai fhm_thc@asiapubs.co.hk Michelle Liu lmh_ths@asiapubs.com.hk

For Korea: Zita Chan zita_chan@asiapubs.com.hk Eastern Europe Stephen Embrey Export Sales Department s.embrey@thameshudson.co.uk

Iran Book City 743 Shariasti Street Tehran 16396 T +98 (021) 889 7785 F +98 (021) 889 7875 semiranis@bookcity.co.ir Ireland Karim White 48 West Road East Wall Dublin 3 Ireland T +353 1 855 9528 F +353 1 855 9528 k.white@thameshudson.co.uk Italy, Spain and Portugal Natasha Ffrench Export Sales Department n.ffrench@thameshudson.co.uk Japan Scipio Stringer Export Sales Department Thames & Hudson Ltd

Lebanon Levant Distributors PO Box 11-1181 Sin-El-Fil, Al Qalaa Area Sector No. 5 Bldg #31, 53rd Street Beirut T +967 (01) 484 035 F +961 (01) 510 659 info@levantgroup.com

For countries not mentioned above, please contact: Ian Bartley Head of Export Sales Thames & Hudson 181A High Holborn London WC1V 7QX, UK T +44 (0) 20 7845 5000 F +44 (0) 20 7845 5055 i.bartley@thameshudson.co.uk

Malaysia Thames & Hudson (S) Private Ltd c/o APD Kuala Lumpur Nos. 24 & 26 Jalan SS3/41 47300 Petaling Jaya Selangor, Darul Ehsan T +60 (3) 7877 6063 F +60 (3) 7877 3414 customersvc@apdkl.com Middle East and Eastern Mediterranean Stephen Embrey Export Sales Department s.embrey@thameshudson.co.uk Russia, Scandinavia and the Baltic States Per Burell Idalavägen 1 182 78 Stocksund Sweden T +46 (0) 8 85 67 75 p.burell@thameshudson.co.uk Singapore and South East-Asia Thames & Hudson (S) Private Ltd 52 Genting Lane #06-05 Ruby Land Complex Singapore 349560 T +65 6749 3551 F +65 6749 3552 customersvc@apdsing.com South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Botswana Peter Hyde Associates 5 & 7 Speke Street Cape Town 8000 T +27 (021) 447 5300 F +27 (021) 447 1430 beverly@peterhyde.co.za

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