Celebrating ten issues of the gloriously opulent, bi-annual Cabana magazine, founded in 2014 by Martina Mondadori Sartogo, scion of the Mondadori publishing dynasty, Cabana Anthology features the very best photography, interviews, profiles, and features from its first five, formative years.
Some images are so deeply ingrained in the American vernacular, they jolt us with their familiarity. A major new monograph, Gregory Crewdson (Rizzoli), with an introduction byNancy Spector and a series of image-inspired short narratives by Jonathan Lethem,captures nearly three decades of the photographer’s iconic work.
Polidori delivers a sublime photographic tract on architectural revisionism by charting the decades-long conservation project at Versailles. Photographed over a period of 25 years, the ever-evolving phases of Versailles' grandeur are here laid bare for the reader to decode and admire.
In 1969, the first issue of American Penthouse sold out in a matter of days. England's controversial magazine of beautiful girls, intelligent journalism, and intimate revelations had arrived. Now, on the 40th anniversary of that first sold-out issue, Assouline presents a limited-issue collector's edition of the most iconic photographs from the magazine's...
Nowadays, people are looking for peace and relaxation. Places where their mobile phone does not constantly ring and their email inbox no longer bothers them: Digital Detox.
Nothing compares to the moment when, after arriving in a foreign city, the hotel room’s drapes are drawn back to reveal the world outside—a world that, neatly if barely contained by the window’s geometry, seems to belong to you alone. Condé Nast Traveler’s “Room with a View” column, featuring frame-worthy vistas from all over the world.
BOOK SHOPS - long-established and the most fashionable, published by Braun, is dedicated to the 35 most beautiful bookstores in the world, including E'stile, 1 out of 3 selected stores in Italy! It is an interesting book with thousand architectural and design curiosities.
(2010 by James Danziger) Cecil Beaton was one of the 20th century's most important photographers, and now for the first time ever, Assouline presents the private scrapbooks and personal collections of the man who helped invent the cult of personality. Format: 11.5 x 14.4 inches, 392 pages, 2000 images
This book (2010) shows a host of examples of recently built or restored residences, where interior designers and antiquarians have achieved an eclectic whole emerging from old and new. Format: 11.9 x 9.4 x 1 inches, 204 pages
(2011) This volume presents the broad scope of her whimsical style, combining the contemporary with classic elegance. Muriel Brandolini’s exceptional taste and unconventional aesthetic have made her a celebrated international interior designer. Format: 9.9 x 1.3 x 12.3 inches , 304 pages
Zaha Hadid: Complete Works (2004) is one of the most exciting and complex architectural monographs ever published. This brilliantly conceived and designed publication comprises four volumes of differing sizes that offer multiple perspectives on more than a hundred projects and over twenty years at the avanguard of architecture. Format: 12.4 x 10.6 x 2.2...
Ice Architecture (2008) presents the most innovative projects that demonstrate that contemporary architecture can withstand the extreme climatic conditions in the regions. The designs provide a glimpse into the world of architecture in the ice. Format: 9.5 x 12.4 x 1 inches, 176 pages.
(2006) Thomas S. Hines explores the efforts of Neutra and his modernist contemporaries to find the forms that would be most expressive of the twentieth century. Format: 10.2 x 1.4 x 11.3 inches, 352 pages.
Oscar Niemeyer: Houses (2006) showcases the houses built by this seminal modern master in a lavish format that finally does justice to his extraordinary work. Format: 11.3 x 1.1 x 11.3 inches, 240 pages.
I. M. Pei: Complete Works (2008), written by Janet Adams Strong, Carter Wiseman (Introduction), Philip Jodidio, I.M. I.M. PEI (Foreword by). Format: 8.9 x 1.6 x 11.3 inches, 368 pages
Desert Architecture (2008) presents exciting and pioneering projects from the field of desert architecture, demonstrating that contemporary architecture can meet the unique challenges presented by torrid zones. 250 colored illustrations. Size: 32 x 24 cm , 176 pages
This volume (2011) presents a selection of projects that embody visions of a near future where it's essential commitment to the environment and more efficient use of resources. Size: Brossura, 290x290 cm, 600 pages. Language: Italian
This two-volume special edition collects the most important one hundred Artists, taken from "Art at the Turn of the Millennium" and "Art Now", offering a comprehensive overview of what art is at the beginning of the century.
This two-volume work brings together the best of two key books such as Taschen's "Building a new millennium" and the first volume of the famous series "Architecture now!". You will have then all the major contemporary architects, from superstars to emerging architects.
This fantastic book is a catalog of the complete works of Caravaggio. It analyze the artistic career from the start as a trainee in Milan to the success in Rome and to the dramatic last years in Naples, Malta and Sicily. All the paintings are reproduced with the utmost quality while the other significant details are magnified and analyzed.
One of the most extraordinary and brilliant artists in history, Leonardo da Vinci (1452-1519) was the architect of a profound revolution in the arts and sciences and its pioneering work continues into the present to impose their topical.
Michelangelo Buonarroti had already sculpted David and Pieta at the age of thirty. As Leonardo, Michelangelo is considered a star in the firmament of Renaissance and a genius of immense talent.