The ArchDaily Guide to Good Architecture

Drawing on ArchDaily’s curation of more than 40,000 projects over the past 15 years, it spotlights the most innovative built environments of our age—those paving the way for a better, more sustainable future.

Centered around ArchDaily’s 10 principles of good architecture, the book showcases a rich variety of projects—both built and planned—from a sunken restaurant with subterranean views to a Mediterranean cave transformed into a remarkable residence.

Specifications - Hardcover. 336 pages. 

 
The Mediterranean Home
The Mediterranean home has an ongoing influence on residential architecture and interior design: from classical rural styles, to more grounded spaces that interweave form and function.


Blending the inside and the outside, and bringing together traditional features with contemporary elements, Mediterranean houses connect with their environments and the local culture.

The Mediterranean Home looks at architecture, interior design, decoration and furniture, celebrating the unique Mediterranean aesthetic that continues to inspire a sense of home and comfort around the globe.

Specifications - Hardcover. 288 pages. 

 
The World's Best Shops
A new generation of founders and entrepreneurs are revolutionizing brick and mortar retail with innovative sales strategies and hybrid shop designs that leave nothing to chance.


Curated by Courier magazine, The World’s Best Shops is a guide to the best of modern shops, featuring profiles of some of the world’s most diverse and inspiring retail spaces, briefings on big retail trends and opportunities, and more than 70 pages of practical advice and tips for anyone who’s ever dreamed of setting up their own shop.

It is a refreshing view on thriving businesses that makes one thing clear: retail is alive and kicking, and reinventing itself in wonderful ways. Let’s get selling!

Specifications - Hardcover. 288 pages.

 
Slow Escapes

Slow Escapes

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A thoughtful guide to a new kind of travel, Slow Escapes explores hotels, guesthouses, and hospitality venues that are reinvigorating rural areas by fostering meaningful connections between people and place. Drawing upon principles of the slow movement, these places embrace ideas of community, sustainability, and seasonality, and are involved in the preservation of heritage, culture, and tradition.


Specifications - Hardcover. 288 pages.

 

 
Wild Life

Wild Life

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Ladybugs, dogs, owls, otters: Charley Harper’s geometric illustrations are more than a source of delight. With a never-ending curiosity for the natural world, especially for wildlife and flora, Harper developed a unique style that influenced generations of artists and designers.

Wild Life celebrates the centenary and legacy of Charley Harper, a master of midcentury American illustration: a vast collection of works originally created as posters, magazine covers, murals, and more. Compiled by design writer Margaret Rhodes and the artist’s son, Brett Harper, this definitive monograph offers a glimpse into Harper’s creative universe and considers him anew in different contexts: as a student, a professional artist, a husband, an honorary naturalist, and a conservationist.

Specifications - Hardcover. 336 pages. 

 
Jaime Hayon

Jaime Hayon

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Welcome to Jaime Hayon’s beautiful world: mysterious ceramic creatures, finely crafted objects, and the warm pastel colors of his Mediterranean home. This title is a compilation of Jaime Hayon’s famed work exploring his relationship with materials, his theory of color, his technique, inspiration, and creative process.

Specifications - Hardcover. 304 pages.
 
A Year with Our Food Stories
Quality food has the ability to awaken our senses, a concept well-known to photographer and food-stylist-turned cooks, Laura and Nora. Through Our Food Stories, the pair have made it their mission to attain these delights through gluten-free, vegetarian, and healthy cooking, supporting the opinion that where we eat matters just as much as what. When Laura and Nora lay out a table, the centerpiece and the dishes intertwine to provide a new found connection and appreciation for the ever-changing offerings of nature.

Specifications - Hardcover. 240 pages. 
 
The Wild Game Cookbook
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The Wild Game Cookbook is a recipe book for aspiring chefs, hunters, and hands-on gourmets interested in the world of wild game. Rediscover this organic, sustainable, and versatile meat through delicious recipes that range from fine dining to everyday meals.

Specifications - Hardcover. 204 pages.
 
Brick By Brick

Brick By Brick

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The venerable brick is one of the oldest and most sustainable building materials in the world. It is simple yet versatile, modest yet resilient, global in usage yet local in appearance.


Recently, young architects have been rediscovering the circular use of brick and embraced its warm, aesthetic appeal to design some of the most exciting buildings of the day.

Specifications - Hardcover. 288 pages.

 
The Great American Road Trip
When it comes to the great outdoors, the USA has it all: wild mountains, vast prairies, barren deserts, tropical forests and other worldly canyons. And there is no better way to explore them than that all-American activity: the road trip.

 
Specifications - Hardcover. 288 pages.


 
Cabin Fever

Cabin Fever

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Nestled in thriving woodlands, overlooking bodies of water, or even exposed to the elements on a mountain’s peak, architects are contending to create high-impact spaces on a small scale. Cabin Fever takes a broad look at remote retreats designed to make the most of their natural surroundings and illustrates why the call of the wild is louder than ever.

Specifications - Hardcover. 272 pages
 
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