Lars Müller Publishers Spring 2019 Architecture Design Photography Art Society

 
Lars Müller Publishers Spring 2019 Architecture Design Photography Art Society
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Bauhaus                                                                                                                                                            2

                                                             An authentic testimony of the 1920 avant-garde

                                                             bauhaus journal 1926–1931
                                                             Facsimile Edition

                                                             Edited by Lars Müller
                                                             In collaboration with Bauhaus-Archiv / Museum für Gestaltung
                                                             With complete English translation and an essay by Astrid Bähr

                                                             One hundred years after the founding of Bauhaus, it’s time to revisit bauhaus journal as significant
                                                             written testimony of this iconic movement of modern art. In this journal, published periodically
                                                             from 1926 to 1931, the most important voices of the movement are heard: masters of the Bauhaus,
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                                                             among others, Josef Albers, Walter Gropius, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, László Moholy-Nagy,
                                                             and Oskar Schlemmer, as well as Herbert Bayer, Marcel Breuer, Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, Gerrit
                                                             Rietveld, and many more.

                                                             They address the developments in and around the Bauhaus, the methods and focal points of their
                                                             own teaching, and current projects of students and masters. At the time primarely addressed to the
 January                                                     members of the “circle of friends of the bauhaus,” the journal published by Gropius and Moholy-
                                                             Nagy makes tangible the authentic voice of this mouthpiece of the avant-garde. The facsimile reprint
 Design: Integral Lars Müller                                is intended to give new impetus to international discussion and research on the Bauhaus, its
 21 × 29.7 cm, 8 ¼ × 11¾ in, 428 pages                       theories and designs.
 14 issues with separate commentary (144 pages)
 and translation in transparent slipcase,                    The exact replica of all individual issues are accompanied by a commentary booklet including an
 93 illustrations, paperback                                 overview of the content, an English translation of all texts, and a scholarly essay which places the
 2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-588-1, English                       journal in its historical context.
 2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-594-2, German
 EUR 70.– GBP 65.– USD 80.–                                  Complete facsimile edition of all 14 issues of the famous journal
                                                             Gives insight into the thoughts and theories of Walter Gropius,
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                                                             Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, László Moholy-Nagy, Oskar Schlemmer,
                                     G                       Marcel Breuer, and many more
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 English translation in commentary
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Bauhaus                                                                                                                                                       3

100 Years                                             On the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Bauhaus, Lars Müller
                                                      Publishers is reviving the spirit of the times that characterized
of Bauhaus                                            the movement. At the time of its existence, the influence of Bauhaus
                                                      extended well beyond the borders of Europe. Its groundbreaking
                                                      practitioners played a formative role in the modern development
                                                      of all areas of the liberal and applied arts as well as architecture. This
                                                      influence remained even after National Socialism and Stalin’s rise
                                                      to power put an abrupt end to the avant-garde movement in Europe,
                                                      shifting it to the American continent. After World War II, these ideals
                                                      blossomed anew and have since enjoyed varying popularity. This
                                                      centenary provides an opportunity to explore the convictions of the
                                                      Bauhaus and its protagonists and to examine their possible relevance
                                                      in current discussions of design and aesthetics.

                                                      Initially, four volumes of the Bauhausbücher are being made available
                                                      to an international readership, appearing—some of them for the first
                                                      time—in English translation and original design and with commentary.

                                                      In addition, a facsimile reprint of the 14 issues of the bauhaus journal,
                                                      originally published by Walter Gropius and László Moholy-Nagy, makes
                                                      tangible the significant written testimony of the avant-garde.

Bauhausbücher                                         When the Bauhaus moved to Dessau in 1924, it was finally possible
                                                      to publish the first of the Bauhausbücher (Bauhaus books) that
                                                      Walter Gropius and László Moholy-Nagy had conceived of in Weimar.
Edited by Lars Müller
In collaboration with Bauhaus-Archiv /                The publishers intended for this series of books to give readers
Museum für Gestaltung                                 insight into the teachings of the Bauhaus and the possibilities for
                                                      incorporating design in the everyday aspects of an ever more modern
                                                      world. Written by an instructor at the art school or a representative
                                                      of a like-minded movement, each volume discusses artistic, technical
                                                      or societal issues of the time and the ideas of the Bauhaus in the
                                                      areas of the arts, design, and architecture.

                                                      Walter Gropius

                                                      International Architecture
                                                      BAUHAUSBÜCHER 1, 1925

                                                      In what he called his “illustrated guide to modern architecture,” which starts off the Bauhausbücher
                                                      series, Gropius gives an overview of the international architecture of the mid-1920s. A preface by the
                                                      author explores, briefly but in detail, the guiding principles that unite the avant-garde in all countries.
                                                      This statement is followed by an extensive illustrated section showing examples of architecture
                                                      from around the world. According to Gropius, these illustrations bear witness to the “development of
                                                      a consistent worldview” that disposes of the prior role of the architect and expresses itself in a new
                                                      language of shapes. Volume 1 of the Bauhausbücher allows the reader to broaden his or her view of
                                                      German architectural history by placing the achievements of the Bauhaus in an international context
                                                      and by documenting and capturing its philosophy of reform in an illustrative way.

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Design: László Moholy-Nagy
18 × 23 cm, 7 × 9 in, 108 pages, with separate
commentary, 100 illustrations, hardcover
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-584-3, English
EUR 40.– GBP 35.– USD 45.–
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                                                 Paul Klee

                                                 Pedagogical Sketchbook
                                                 BAUHAUSBÜCHER 2, 1925

                                                 In the second volume of the Bauhausbücher, Paul Klee takes a theoretical approach to sketching
                                                 using geometric shapes and lines. He illustrates pedagogically the guiding philosophy of the
                                                 Bauhaus masters of reinterpreting artistic design as a craft. Klee’s own theory of shapes and colors—
                                                 charting the relationships between line, shape, surface, and color in the visual space—is clearly
                                                 explained in this volume. In the present volume, the 1953 English translation of Pedagogical Sketch-
                                                 book by Sibyl Moholy-Nagy is combined with the design and physical qualities of the original
                                                 German edition from 1925.

January

Design: László Moholy-Nagy
18 × 23 cm, 7 × 9 in, 56 pages, with separate
commentary, 87 illustrations, hardcover
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-585-0, English
EUR 30.– GBP 28.– USD 35.–

                                                 Piet Mondrian

                                                 New Design
                                                 BAUHAUSBÜCHER 5, 1925

                                                 Although Piet Mondrian was not an active member of the Bauhaus, his name is often mentioned
                                                 in connection with the art school. Starting with a philosophical foray in which he describes art
                                                 as a figurative expression of human existence, Mondrian embeds his concept of a New Design
                                                 in the various forms of artistic expression. He looks into the question of whether there is a prevailing
                                                 hierarchy between painting and architecture and dares to take a far-reaching look at the future
                                                 of neoplasticism. Harry Holtzman’s renowned translations of Mondrian’s five essays on New Design
                                                 appear in this volume in a complete compilation for the first time. The publication is true to the
                                                 content and design of the German first edition of 1925.

                                                 Design: László Moholy-Nagy
                                                 18 × 23 cm, 7 × 9 in, 68 pages, with separate
                                                 commentary, hardcover
January                                          2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-586-7, English
                                                 EUR 30.– GBP 28.– USD 35.–

                                                 László Moholy-Nagy

                                                 Painting, Photography, Film
                                                 BAUHAUSBÜCHER 8, 1925

                                                 Moholy-Nagy’s efforts to have photography and filmmaking recognized as means of artistic design
                                                 on the same level as painting are propounded and explained at length in this volume. The Hungarian
                                                 artist makes the case for a functional transformation within the visual arts and for the further devel-
                                                 opment of photographic design options. Alongside theoretical and technical approaches as well as
                                                 detailed forays into the broad field of the medium of photography, Moholy-Nagy uses an extensive
                                                 appendix of illustrations to provide a thorough survey of the numerous possibilities that photographic
                                                 and cinematic work had in store as early as 1925.

January

Design: László Moholy-Nagy
18 × 23 cm, 7 × 9 in, 134 pages, with separate
commentary, 100 illustrations, hardcover
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-587-4, English
EUR 40.– GBP 35.– USD 45.–
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                                                                    A must-have monograph on the renowned
                                                                    bohemian architect Pruscha

                                                                    Carl Pruscha
                                                                    Singular Personality

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                                                                    Architect, Bohemian, Activist
                                                                    Edited by Arno Ritter and Lars Müller
April                                                               Photographs by Iwan Baan, Hertha Hurnaus
                                                                    With texts by Natalie Lettner, Majushree Thapa
Design: Integral Lars Müller
29.7 × 21 cm, 11¾ × 8 ¼ in, approx. 240 pages                       This monograph on the work of Austrian architect Carl Pruscha (born 1936) is divided into the three
approx. 150 illustrations, hardcover                                geographical areas of his life and legacy: the United States, Kathmandu, and Vienna. Following
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-590-4, English                               his study of architecture at the Academy of Fine Arts Vienna, Pruscha spent the early 1960s attend-
EUR 45.– GBP 40.– USD 50.–                                          ing Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design, constantly in search of inspiration and visions,
                                                                    a balance between work and free time, and a desire for freedom and self-determination.

                                                                    An invitation by the UN to go to Nepal in 1964 enabled him to establish himself as a practicing
                                                                    architect. Various construction projects along with the Kathmandu Valley Development and Preser-
                                                                    vation Project made it possible for him to observe and document, to plan and build. Living within
                                                                    a foreign culture encouraged him to examine roles, status, and privileges in society and investigate
                                                                    the works of Kenzo Tange and Louis Kahn. After returning to Vienna in 1978, he was a professor
                                                                    and later the head of the Academy of Fine Arts. Pruscha’s academic and societal influence brought
                                                                    to light the differences between teaching and practice in architecture and made this activist and
                                                                    bohemian a defining figure in the city.

                                                                    The three chapters are accompanied by photographic portfolios by Iwan Baan and Hertha Hurnaus,
                                                                    numerous project documentations, and a detailed timeline that illustrates the geopolitical, cultural,
                                                                    and technological developments surrounding the life and times of Carl Pruscha.

                                                                    A richly illustrated portrait of the Austrian architect
                                                                    On Pruscha’s life and work in the USA, Nepal, and Vienna
                                                                    With photographs by Iwan Baan and Hertha Hurnaus
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                                                              An essential collection of modern architecture

                                                              Infinite Span
                                                              90 Years of Brazilian Architecture
                                                              Edited by Fernando Serapião and Guilherme Wisink
                                                              In collaboration with Casa da Arquitectura
                                                              With texts by Adrián Gorelik, Daniele Pisani, Jean-Louis Cohen, Ana Vaz Milheiro,
                                                              Diego de Souza, Ana Luiza Nobre, Wellington Cançado

                                                              In architecture, a span is something to be conquered, a challenge to overcome. For an instance by
                                                              reducing the number of supports, expanding floor slabs horizontally, tearing into the open air, and
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                                                              shedding more light on the ground floor. But span, or “vão” in Portuguese, also means a project or an
                                                              action that ends in failure: something that was done in vain. For Brazilian architects, the word vão is
                                                              almost always a synonym of freedom. In Brazil, modernization was touted as a leap over the country’s
                                                              history, cast as “backwardness” and, in the case of architecture, over the absence of two traditions:
January                                                       the classical and the artisanal—an abysmal jump, in the face of the immense scale of its territory. And
                                                              a challenge met head-on by an ambitious aesthetic avant-garde, invested in new design and remark-
Design: R2                                                    able engineering. Brazil is a country “condemned to the modern,” said the critic Mário Pedrosa,
21 × 27 cm, 8 ¼ × 10 ½ in, approx. 416 pages                  conceiving this condemnation as liberation from tradition and as a freedome to transform what could
approx. 400 illustrations, hardcover                          be done in vain (“em vão”) in the effective cultural conquest of the free span (“vão livre”).
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-589-8, English
EUR 30.– GBP 28.– USD 35.–                                    This publication assembles representative projects and works of Brazilian architecture made
                                                              between 1920 and 2018. It will propose crosscutting dialogues between the presented projects
                                                              and highlight the intersections between architecture, music, literature, cinema, and performing
                                                              arts. The book is structured in six chronological and thematic modules with titles corresponding
                                                              to outstanding songs of each period.

                                                              Exhibition Infinito Vão—90 Years of Brazilian Architecture
                                                              at Casa da Arquitectura in Porto (28.9.2018–10.3.2019)
                                                              Including works of Oscar Niemeyer, Lina Bo Bardi, Roberto Burle Marx,
                                                              Paulo Mendes da Rocha, Sérgio Ferro, and many more

Previously published books on related topics:

                                       Leonardo Finotti                                                                        Kenneth Frampton
                                       A Collection of                                                                         A Genealogy of Modern
                                       Latin American                                                                          Architecture
                                       Modern Architecture
                                                                                                                               Ashley Simone (Ed.)
                                       Design: Integral Lars Müller
                                       30 × 24 cm, 11¾ × 9½ in, 160 pages                                                      Design: Integral Lars Müller
                                       103 illustrations, hardcover                                                            24 × 17.3 cm, 9 ½ × 6 ¾ in, 304 pages
                                       2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-503-4, English                                                   692 illustrations, hardcover
                                       EUR 40.– GBP 30.– USD 45.–                                                              2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-369-6, English
                                                                                                                               EUR 40.– GBP 29.– USD 40.–
Design                                                                                                                                                           7

                                                          The world in a book—reduced to the max

                                                          Theo Deutinger

                                                          Ultimate Atlas
                                                          Logbook of Spaceship Earth
                                                          With Ultimate Atlas, Theo Deutinger—architect, designer, and author of the acclaimed Handbook of
                                                          Tyranny—illustrates the basic data of Earth and its inhabitants to create a total portrait of the planet.
                                                          How can we keep track of everything that happens on the Earth? How can we share this information
                                                          with its inhabitants, despite their different languages and cultural backgrounds? Expanding on the
                                                          visions of Buckminster Fuller and Stewart Brand, Ultimate Atlas answers these questions by radically
                                                          levelling graphic data.
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                                                          Breaking down planet earth into 12 sections, the book gives a page spread to information pertaining
                                                          to themes like ethnic groups, religions, nuclear warheads, and number of motor vehicles per country.
                                                          The white pages of the book are divided by vertical black lines, in decreasing percentages from
                                                          left to right. In this way Ultimate Atlas charts the planet with an impressive simplicity and clarity.
February                                                  The territorial size of Earth’s countries; the planet’s most commonly spoken languages; the places
                                                          where the most chickens are raised; all this information is lucidly displayed for ready comprehen-
Design: Theo Deutinger                                    sion. Here is truly “planet earth in a book.”
16 × 24 cm, 6 ¼ × 9 ½ in, approx. 160 pages
approx. 63 illustrations, hardcover                       THEO DEUTINGER is an architect, writer, and designer of socio-cultural studies. He is founder
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-592-8, English                     and head of TD, an office that combines architecture with research, visualization, and conceptual
approx. EUR 25.– GBP 22.– USD 30.–                        thinking in all scale levels from global planning, urban master plans, architecture to graphical
                                                          and journalistic work.

                                                          Successor of Deutinger’s highly awarded Handbook of Tyranny
                                                          Breaking down data on surface, population, nature, food, energy,
                                                          infrastructure, internet, wealth, military, human, and space

Previously published books by Theo Deutinger:

                                    Theo Deutinger                                  Handbook of Tyranny portrays the routine cruelties of the twenty-first
                                    Handbook of Tyranny                             century through a series of detailed non-fictional graphic illustrations. None
                                                                                    of these cruelties represent extraordinary violence — they reflect day-to-day
                                    Design: Theo Deutinger
                                    21 × 29.7 cm, 8¼ × 11¾ in, 160 pages            implementation of laws and regulations around the globe. Every page
                                    987 illustrations, hardcover                    of the book questions our current world of walls and fences, police tactics
                                    2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-534-8, English           and prison cells, crowd control and refugee camps. The dry and factual
                                    EUR 30.– GBP 25.– USD 30.–
                                                                                    style of storytelling through technical drawings is the graphic equivalent
                                                                                    to bureaucratic rigidity born of laws and regulations. The level of detail
                                                                                    depicted in the illustrations of the book mirror the repressive efforts taken
                                                                                    by authorities around the globe.
Design                                                                                                                                                       8

                                                      A contemporary tool-box to design new forms

                                                      Christoph Grünberger

                                                      Analog Algorithm
                                                      Source-Related Grid Systems

                                                      With a foreword by Paul McNeil

                                                      This book is a tool kit to create new forms. It deals with grid-based design and gives the reader
                                                      techniques to develop new forms, fonts, logos, and patterns. The concept represents a design
                                                      process in which individual decisions follow much larger and deeper principles than immediate and
                                                      spontaneous-intuitive actions. Using a wide variety of examples, each chapter contains a detailed
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                                                      description of the procedure from form analysis to setting up design rules and their application.
                                                      Both a workbook and a source of inspiration, this publication provides designers and architects with
                                                      the tool they need to find analytical forms—analog, algorithm-based, exploratory but never of arbi-
                                                      trary origin. The procedures described allow an almost infinite number of possibilities. The designer
March                                                 is thus transformed from inventor to interpreter or curator, who assesses individual forms for logos,
                                                      fonts or patterns on the fly and ensures that the design process is always efficient and goal-oriented.
Design: Christoph Grünberger
17 × 24 cm, 6 ²⁄3 × 9 ½ in, 304 pages                 CHRISTOPH GRÜNBERGER (*1975) is a German illustrator and designer. He is active in the fields
55 illustrations, paperback                           of corporate, interactive and spatial design, with a strong focus on exploring the limits of interaction
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-593-5, English                 and desktop applications. Together with Stefan Gandl he is co-author of the book Neubau Modul
approx. EUR 45.– GBP 40.– USD 50.–                    and collaborated on the exhibition NeubauIsm at gallery MU (Eindhoven/NL) in 2008, which
                                                      was opened by Wim Crouwel. For the video installation Wutbürger, a co-operation with Andreas Lutz,
                                                      he received the excellence Award in the Art section at the Japan Media Arts Festival in Toyko in 2015.
                                                      His works as a freelance designer have been awarded nationally and internationally.

                                                      New innovative methods and techniques for designers and architects
                                                      A visual guide through the sheer infinite possibilities of grids
Art                                                                                                                                                               9

                                                             A multi-faceted picture
                                                             of national security systems

                                                             Salvatore Vitale

                                                             How to Secure a Country
                                                             From Border Policing via Weather Forecast to Social Engineering —
                                                             a Visual Study of 21st Century Statehood
                                                             Edited by Salvatore Vitale and Lars Willumeit
                                                             In collaboration with Fotostiftung Schweiz, Winterthur
                                                             With essays by Roland Bleiker, Jonas Hagmann, and Lars Willumeit
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                                                             Switzerland is well-known as one of the safest countries on earth and as a prime example of
                                                             efficiency and efficacy. One of the central reasons that such a country exists is the development of
                                                             a culture based on protection, which is supported by the presence and production of national
 March                                                       security. When in 2014 Swiss people voted in favor of a federal popular initiative “against massive
                                                             immigration,” Salvatore Vitale, an immigrant living in Switzerland, felt the need to research this
 Design: Offshore Studio                                     phenomenon in order to comprehend where the motives for this constant need for security originate
 20 × 27.5 cm, 7¾ × 10¾ in, approx. 220 pages                and how they became part of Swiss culture.
 approx. 118 illustrations, hardcover
 2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-597-3, English                       In How to Secure a Country Vitale explores this country’s national security measures by focusing
 approx. EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 40.–                          on “matter-of-fact” types of instructions, protocols, bureaucracies, and clear-cut solutions which
                                                             he visualizes in photographs, diagrams, and graphical illustrations. The result is a case study that
                                                             can be used to explain the global context and the functioning of contemporary societies. Essays
 ISBN 978-3-03778-597-3                                      by political scientists Jonas Hagmann (ETH Zurich) and Roland Bleiker (University of Queensland,
                                                             Australia) provide an analysis of the structure of the Swiss security system and a view on the politics
                                                             of photography. Lars Willumeit, curator and social anthropologist, will discuss attitudes, behaviors,
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                                                             SALVATORE VITALE (*1986) is a Swiss-based visual artist and editor. He studied Fine Arts at the
                                                             Zurich University of Arts. His work has received numerous awards and is shown in museums and
                                                             at photo festivals worldwide.

                                                             Accompanying an exhibition of the same name
                                                             at Fotostiftung Schweiz, Winterthur (February 23–May 26, 2019)
                                                             On the link between worry barometers, border control,
                                                             and fingerprint scanners
Art                                                                                                                                                     10

                                                      A poetic dialogue in pictures between
                                                      two creative minds

                                                      Michael Dumontier, Micah Lexier

                                                      Call Ampersand Response
                                                      Call Ampersand Response is a collaborative artwork made through an exchange of images via
                                                      email. Between 2011 and 2017 Michael Dumontier and Micah Lexier conceived this activity as a way
                                                      to share with each other their mutual interest in found images, line drawings, and used books.

                                                      The starting image was of a circle on a rectangle; every subsequent image was visually connected
                                                      to the previous one. It was understood from the beginning that they had to use images that could be
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                                                      scanned from physical items they already had at home (no images from the Internet)—such as
                                                      children’s books, personal collections of technical manuals, and assorted ephemera. The call-and-
                                                      response nature of the enterprise can be appreciated in the distinctive pairs of facing pages that
                                                      present themselves as you go through the bound book. To reinforce their dual roles each image
March                                                 appears twice in the book, once as response and again as call. One can see the resulting series of
                                                      images as a closed loop with no beginning and no end.
Design: Michael Dumontier, Micah Lexier
17 × 24 cm, 6 ²⁄3 × 9 ½ in, 392 pages                 This second, expanded edition includes the entire project of 196 exchanges that make up Dumontier
392 Illustrations, paperback                          and Lexier’s clever, competitive, and meandering loop of images. Creative people in art and design
2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-591-1, English                 will take pleasure in browsing the book and discover formal analogies, witty poetic correspondence,
approx. EUR 40.– GBP 35.– USD 45.–                    and dadaesque follies, which congregate to an unseen visual narrative. Truly an inspirational tool
                                                      for creative activists!

                                                      MICAH LEXIER (born 1960) is a Toronto-based artist whose activities including making, collecting,
                                                      and organizing. He has presented over 100 solo exhibitions, participated in more than 200 group
                                                      exhibitions and has produced a dozen permanent public commissions. In 2015 Lexier was honoured
                                                      with a Governor General’s Awards in Visual and Media Arts.
                                                      MICHAEL DUMONITER *1974) is a contemporary artist who lives and works in Winnipeg. His work
                                                      has been exhibited internationally including in New York City, Boston, and Padova, Italy. He is known
                                                      in particular for his minimal paintings and collages. He may be best known for his collaborations
                                                      with Marcel Dzama, Neil Farber, and others as a founding member of The Royal Art Lodge.

                                                      A source of visual inspiration in a playful and ingenious manner
                                                      Following two artists communicating without words—but with
                                                      196 images found in their collections
Previously announced                                                                                                                                                            11

                                      Mark Wasiuta                             Initially proposed for the US Pavilion at Expo 67 in Montreal, Buckminster
                                      Information Fall-Out:                    Fuller’s World Game was played for the first time in 1969 in New York.
                                                                               Across its different manifestations it remained focused on the goals
                                      Buckminster Fuller’s                     of overcoming energy scarcity and altering conventional territorial politics
                                      World Game                               through the redistribution of world resources. This anti-war game was
                                                                               intended to discover the right conditions for perpetual ecological peace.
                                      Design: Integral Lars Müller             Mirroring Cold War command and control infrastructures, proposals for
                                      16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in
                                                                               World Game centres described a vast computerized network that could
                                      approx. 240 pages
                                      approx. 150 illustrations, paperback     process, map, and visualize environmental information drawn from, among
                                      2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-553-9, English    other sources, Russian and American spy satellites—making the World
                                      approx. EUR 30.– GBP 27.– USD 35.–       Game more topical then ever.
                                      June
                                                                               This book assembles and analyzes documents related to various instanc-
                                                                               es of the World Game conceived, proposed, and played from 1969 to
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                                                                               1982. It examines the World Game as a system for environmental informa-
                                                                               tion and as a process of resource administration.

                                      Beat Streuli                             With essays by Nils Röller and Herta Van Gelder

                                      Fabric of Reality                            With his new artist’s book Fabric of Reality, Beat Streuli for the first time
                                                                                   lays a trail leading through his oeuvre. Following Public Works (JRP
                                      Design: Beat Streuli and
                                      Integral Lars Müller
                                                                                   Ringier, 2012), which delivered an overview of Streuli’s installations from
                                      20 × 27.5 cm, 8¼ × 10¾ in, approx. 620 pages 1996–2011, the artist now links projects, photographs, and video stills
                                      approx. 290 illustrations, hardcover         from the past seven years with early black-and-white works. Arranged in
                                      2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-576-8, English
                                                                                   close succession and with frequent superimposition, the works create
                                      approx. EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 40.–
                                                                                   a visual rhythm that conveys an impression of an oeuvre marked by sober
                                      February                                     conceptual observation verging on documentary status. Accompanying
                                                                                   prose texts and photoscientific essays embed Streuli’s work in a discursive
                                                                                   context.
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                                      Steven Holl Architects                                                                             Kenya Hara
                                      Library, a Social                                                                                  100 Whites
                                      Condenser                                                                                          Design: Kenya Hara
                                      Hunter’s Point Community                                                                           3.5 × 19.5 cm, 5¼ × 7¾ in, approx. 216 pages,
                                                                                                                                         approx. 5 illustrations, hardcover
                                      Library                                                                                            2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-579-9, English
                                                                                                                                         approx. EUR 25.– GBP 20.– USD 30.–
                                      Dimitra Tsachrelia (Ed.)

                                      Design: Integral Lars Müller                                                                       March
                                      16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in
                                      approx. 300 pages
                                      approx. 200 illustrations, paperback
                                      2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-552-2, English
                                      approx. EUR 30.– GBP 27.– USD 35.–
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                                      Philippe Rahm architectes                                                                          Kazuo Shinohara
                                      Architectural                                                                                      On the Threshold
                                      Climates                                                                                           of Space-Making
                                      Design: NORM
                                                                                                                                         Seng Kuan (Ed.)
                                      16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in
                                                                                                                                         Co-edited by Christian Kerez
                                      approx. 256 pages
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                                      approx. 100 illustrations, hardcover
                                                                                                                                         Design: Integral Lars Müller
                                      2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-555-3, English
                                                                                                                                         25 × 20.7 cm, 9¾ × 8¼ in, approx. 200 pages
                                      approx. EUR 27.– GBP 27.– USD 35.–
                                                                                                                                         approx. 150 illustrations, hardcover
                                                                                                                                         2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-533-1, English
                                      April                                                                                              approx. EUR 45.– GBP 37.– USD 50.–

                                                                                                                                         May
                  provisional cover
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Alejandro Aravena                             Wang Shu                                    Lydia Kallipoliti                                Ecological Urbanism
Elemental                                     Amateur Architecture Studio                 The Architecture                                 This revised edition features over
The Architect’s Studio                        The Architect’s Studio                      of closed Worlds                                 40 new projects
                                                                                          Or, What Is the Power of Shit?
Design: Camilla Jørgensen &                   Design: Camilla Jørgensen &                                                                  Mohsen Mostafavi, Gareth Doherty (Eds.)
                                                                                          In collaboration with Storefront for Art
Søren Damstedt, Trefold                       Søren Damstedt, Trefold                     and Architecture                                 Design: Integral Lars Müller
24 × 30 cm, 9½ × 11¾ in, 240 pages            24 × 30 cm, 9½ × 11¾ in, 240 pages                                                           16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 656 pages
240 illustrations, hardcover                  239 illustrations, hardcover                Design: Pentagram
                                                                                                                                           1600 illustrations, hardcover
2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-572-0, English         2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-531-7, English       20 × 27 cm, 7¾ × 10¾ in, 300 pages
                                                                                                                                           2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-467-9, English
EUR 45.– GBP 40.– USD 50.–                    EUR 45.– GBP 40.– USD 50.–                  360 illustrations, paperback
                                                                                                                                           EUR 50.– GBP 37.– USD 50.–
                                                                                          2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-580-5, English
                                                                                          EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 40.–

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Embodied Energy and Design                    Chris Blencowe and Judith Levine            Sigfried Giedion                                 Peter Eisenman
Making Architecture between Metrics           Moholy’s Edit                               Liberated Dwelling                               The Formal Basis of
and Narratives                                The Avant-Garde at Sea, August 1933                                                          Modern Architecture
                                                                                          Reto Geiser (Ed.)
David Benjamin (Ed.)                          Design: Integral Lars Müller                Design: Sigfried Giedion /                       Second edition in smaller format
                                              15 × 24 cm, 6 × 9½ in, 198 pages            Integral Lars Müller
Design: Integral Lars Müller                  95 illustrations, hardcover                 12.5 × 19 cm, 5 × 7½ in, 100 p. facsimile with   Design: Integral Lars Müller
21 × 29.7 cm, 8¼ × 11¾ in, 232 pages          2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-566-9, English       commentary (96 p.) in transparent slipcase       23 × 24 cm, 9 × 9½ in, 384 pages
217 illustrations, hardcover                  EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 40.–                  2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-568-3, English with       600 illustrations, hardcover
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-525-6, English                                                     German facsimile                                 2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-573-7, English
EUR 35.– GBP 32.– USD 39.–                                                                2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-581-2, German             EUR 30.– GBP 27.– USD 35.–
                                                                                          EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 40.–

Beatriz Colomina                              Marcel Breuer                               Mark Wigley                                      Make New History
X-Ray Architecture                            Building Global Institutions                Cutting Matta-Clark                              Chicago Architecture Biennial 2017
                                                                                          The Anarchitecture Project
Design: Integral Lars Müller                  Barry Bergdoll and Jonathan Massey (Eds.)                                                    Mark Lee, Sharon Johnston, Sarah Hearne,
15 × 20 cm, 6 × 7 ¾ in, 192 pages                                                                                                          Letizia Carzoli (Eds.)
277 illustrations, paperback                  Design: Integral Lars Müller                Design: Integral Lars Müller
2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-443-3, English         16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 368 pages         16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 528 pages              Design: Zak Group
EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 40.–                    345 illustrations, paperback                813 illustrations, paperback                     20 × 27 cm, 7¾ × 10½ in, 344 pages
                                              2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-519-5, English       2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-427-3, English            300 illustrations, paperback
                                              EUR 35.– GBP 29.– USD 40.–                  EUR 35.– GBP 28.– USD 39.–                       2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-535-5, English
                                                                                                                                           EUR 40.– GBP 35.– USD 45.–

Landscape of Faith                            Roberto Burle Marx Lectures                 Emilio Ambasz                                    Ethics of the Urban
Architectural Interventions along             Landscape as Art and Urbanism               Emerging Nature                                  The City and the Spaces
the Mexican Pilgrimage Route                                                              Precursor of Architecture and Design             of the Political
                                              Gareth Doherty (Ed.)
Tatiana Bilbao Estudio (Ed.)
                                                                                          Design: Integral Lars Müller                     Mohsen Mostafavi (Ed.)
Photographs by Iwan Baan
                                              Design: Integral Lars Müller                21 × 29.7 cm, 8¼ × 11¾ in, 312 pages
Design: Integral Lars Müller                  15 × 20 cm, 6 × 7¾ in, 288 pages            160 illustrations, paperback                     Design: Integral Lars Müller
16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 320 pages           73 illustrations, paperback                 2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-526-3, English            16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 332 pages
202 illustration, paperback                   2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-379-5, English       EUR 35.– GBP 32.– USD 39.–                       138 illustrations, paperback
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-499-0, Engl./Spanish   EUR 30.– GBP 25.– USD 30.–                                                                   2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-381-8, English
EUR 30.– GBP 25.– USD 35.–                                                                                                                 EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 35.–
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What Is a Museum Now?                    Positions on Emancipation               Future Cities Laboratory                  Power/Architecture
Snøhetta and the                         Architecture between Aesthetics         Indicia 01
                                                                                                                           Jorge Carvalho, Ricardo Carvalho, and
San Francisco Museum                     and Politics
                                                                                                                           Pedro Bandeira (Eds.)
of Modern Art                                                                    Design: Studio Joost Grootens
                                                                                                                           In collaboration with Casa da Arquitectura
                                         Florian Hertweck (Ed.)                  17 × 24 cm, 6 ¾ × 9½ in, 240 pages
Design: Snøhetta with                                                            115 illustrations, paperback              Design: Studio Dobra
Integral Lars Müller                     Design: Thomas Mayfried                 2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-545-4, English     17 × 24 cm, 6 ¾ × 9½ in, 260 pages
22 × 28 cm, 8¾ × 11 in, 288 pages        14 × 20 cm, 5 ½ × 8 in, 264 pages       EUR 30.– GBP 25.– USD 30.–                581 illustrations, paperback
315 illustrations, hardcover             48 illustrations, paperback                                                       2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-546-1, English
                                                                                 Distribution in East and Southeast Asia
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-507-2, English    2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-551-5, English                                             EUR 29.– GBP 26.– USD 35.–
                                                                                 by NUS Press
EUR 45.– GBP 40.– USD 49.–               EUR 25.– GBP 22.– USD 28.–

Portman’s America                        Mark C. Fishman                         Florian Idenburg, Jing Liu,               Richard Plunz
& Other Speculations                     LAB                                     Ilias Papageorgiou                        City Riffs
                                         Building a Home for Scientists          Solid Objectives:                         Urbanism, Ecology, Place
Mohsen Mostafavi (Ed.)
                                         Design: Integral Lars Müller
                                                                                 Order, Edge, Aura                         Design: Integral Lars Müller
Design: Integral Lars Müller             17 × 24 cm, 6 ¾ × 9½ in, 364 pages                                                15 × 24 cm, 6 × 9½ in, 160 pages
                                                                                 Design: Geoff Han
16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 356 pages      244 illustrations, hardcover                                                      30 illustrations, paperback
                                                                                 17 × 23 cm, 6 ¾ × 9 in, 484 pages
396 illustrations, paperback             2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-497-6, English                                             2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-500-3, English
                                                                                 365 illustrations, paperback
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-532-4, English    EUR 45.– GBP 35.– USD 49.–                                                        EUR 25.– GBP 20.– USD 29.–
                                                                                 2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-501-0, English
EUR 35.– GBP 28.– USD 35.–
                                                                                 EUR 40.– GBP 35.– USD 40.–

OfficeUS Manual                          David Adjaye                            The Building                              Climates: Architecture
                                         David Adjaye                                                                      and the Planetary Imaginary
Eva Franch i Gilabert, Ana Miljački,     Constructed Narratives                  José Aragüez (Ed.)
Carlos Mínguez Carrasco, Jacob Reidel,                                                                                     James Graham (Ed.)
Ashley Schafer (Eds.)                    Peter Allison (Ed.)                     Design: Luke Bulman—Office
                                                                                 17 × 24 cm, 6 ¾ × 9½ in, 416 pages        Design: Neil Donnelly, Sean Yendrys
Design: Pentagram                        Design: Integral Lars Müller            244 illustrations, hardcover              16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 384 pages
16 × 24 cm, 6 ¼ × 9 ½ in, 288 pages      16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 320 pages     2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-498-3, English     246 illustrations, paperback
461 illustrations, paperback             361 illustrations, paperback            EUR 45.– GBP 35.– USD 49.–                2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-494-5, English
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-439-6, English    2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-517-1, English
EUR 20.– GBP 17.– USD 25.–                                                                                                 EUR 35.– GBP 28.– USD 39.–
                                         EUR 45.– GBP 35.– USD 49.–

Kiyonori Kikutake                        Operating Manual                        Your Private Sky                          Giulia Foscari
Between Land and Sea                     for Spaceship Earth                     R. Buckminster Fuller                     Elements of Venice
                                                                                 The Art of Design Science
                                         Jamie Snyder (Ed.)                                                                With a foreword written by Rem Koolhaas
Ken Tadashi Oshima (Ed.)
                                                                                 Joachim Krausse and
                                         Design: Integral Lars Müller
                                                                                 Claude Lichtenstein (Eds.)                Design: Giulia Foscari and
Design: Integral Lars Müller             Reprint, Original 1969
25 × 20.7 cm, 9 ¾ × 8 ¼ in, 216 pages    12 × 19 cm, 4¾ × 7½ in, 152 pages       Design: Integral Lars Müller              Integral Lars Müller
209 illustrations, hardcover             7 illustrations in black and white      16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 528 pages     12 × 16.7 cm, 4 ¾ × 6 ½ in, 696 pages
2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-432-7, English    paperback                               600 illustrations, paperback              1200 illustrations, paperback
EUR 45.– GBP 37.– USD 50.–               2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-126-5, English   2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-524-9, English     2014, ISBN 978-3-03778-429-7, English
                                         EUR 15.– GBP 15.– USD 20.–              EUR 35.– GBP 32.– USD 40.–                EUR 29.– GBP 24.– USD 36.–
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                                          Aaron Betsky                                                                            Thonik
                                          Renny Ramakers:                                                                         Why We Design
                                          Rethinking Design—                                                                      With texts by Gert Staal, Aaron Betsky,
                                          Curator of Change                                                                       Adrian Shaughnessy, and Thonik

                                          Mit einem Vorwort von Wim Pijbes                                                        Design: Thonik
                                                                                                                                  17 × 24 cm, 6 ¾ × 9½ in, 352 pages
                                          Design: Irma Boom                                                                       560 illustrations, paperback
                                          15 × 21.5 cm, 6 × 8½ in                                                                 2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-556-0, English
                                          approx. 304 pages                                                                       EUR 35.– GBP 30.– USD 40.–
                                          approx. 400 illustrations, paperback
                                          2019, ISBN 978-3-03778-569-0, English
                                          EUR 30.– GBP 27.– USD 35.–

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Social Design                             atelier oï                                Carolien Niebling                             Poster Collection 30
Participation and Empowerment             How Life Unfolds                          The Sausage of the Future                     Self-Promotion
Angeli Sachs, Museum für
                                          Design: Kommak – Matthieu Visentin        ECAL /Ecole cantonale d’art de Lausanne       Bettina Richter, Museum für Gestaltung
Gestaltung Zürich (Eds.)
                                          21 × 26 cm, 8 ¼ × 10 ¼ in, 384 pages      (Ed.)                                         Zürich (Ed.)
Design: Integral Lars Müller              511 illustrations, paperback
16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 192 pages       2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-565-2, English     Design: Carolien Niebling, Helge Hjorth       Design: Integral Lars Müller
242 illustrations, paperback              EUR 39.– GBP 35.– USD 45.–                Bentsen, Olli Hirvonen                        16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 192 pages
2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-570-6, English                                               21 × 28 cm, 8 ¼ × 11 in, 156 pages            323 illustrations, paperback
2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-571-3, German                                                174 illustrations, paperback                  2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-558-4
EUR 25.– GBP 20.– USD 30.–                                                          2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-548-5, English         English/German
                                                                                    EUR 28.– GBP 25.– USD 30.–                    EUR 25.– GBP 22.– USD 30.–

                                                                                                                                                               E          G
IDEA No. 333                              30 Years of Swiss Typographic             Takahiro Kurashima                            Massimo Vignelli
Ruder Typography                          Discourse in the Typografische Poemotion 3                                              The Vignelli Canon
Ruder Philosophy                          Monatsblätter
Helmut Schmid (Ed.)                                                      Design: Takahiro Kurashima                               Design: Massimo Vignelli
                                          TM RSI SGM 1960–90                        17 × 23 cm, 6 ¾ × 9 in, 64 pages              14.8 × 21 cm, 5 ¾ × 8 ¼ in, 112 pages
Design: Helmut Schmid and Nicole Schmid                                             30 illustrations, hardcover with moiré film   142 illustrations, paperback
                                          Design: Louise Paradis                    2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-513-3                  2015, ISBN 978-3-03778-225-5, English
23 × 30 cm, 9 × 11¾ in, 226 pages         21.5 × 31.5 cm, 8½ × 12½ in
310 illustrations, hardcover                                                        English/Japanese                              EUR 20.– GBP 15.– USD 20.–
                                          276 pages, 472 illustrations, hardcover   EUR 20.– GBP 15.– USD 25.–                    2012, ISBN 978-3-03778-268-2, German
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-541-6              ISBN 978-3-03778-538-6, English
English/Japanese                                                                                                                  EUR 14.– GBP 15.– USD 35.–
                                          EUR 50.– GBP 40.– USD 55.–
EUR 50.– GBP 40.– USD 55.–

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Jasper Morrison                           Jasper Morrison                           Kenya Hara                                    Kenya Hara
The Hard Life                             A Book of Things                          Ex-formation                                  White
Design: Jasper Morrison and               Design: Jasper Morrison and               Design: Kenya Hara                            Design: Kenya Hara
Integral Lars Müller                      Integral Lars Müller                      11. 8 × 16 cm, 4¾ × 6¼ in, 480 pages          13.5 × 19.5 cm, 5¼ × 7¾ in, 80 pages
22 × 30 cm, 8½ × 11¾ in, 208 pages        20 × 27 cm, 7¾ × 10½ in, 312 pages        500 illustrations, paperback                  hardcover,
188 illustrations, hardcover              375 illustrations, hardcover              2015, ISBN 978-3-03778-466-2, English         2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-183-8, English
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-514-0, English     2015, ISBN 978-3-03778-463-1, English     EUR 30.– GBP 22.– USD 35.–                    2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-182-1, German
EUR 45.– GBP 35.– USD 49.–                EUR 59.– GBP 43.– USD 59.–                                                              EUR 25.– GBP 20.– USD 30.–
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                                            Protest.                                                                                     Gabrielle Schaad
                                            The Aesthetics of Resistance                                                                 Shizuko Yoshikawa
                                            Basil Rogger, Jonas Voegeli and Ruedi                                                        Edited by Lars Müller
                                            Widmer, Museum für Gestaltung Zürich (Eds.)                                                  With an essay by Midori Yoshimoto

                                            Design: Meret Fischli, Anna Marchini                                                         Design: Integral Lars Müller
                                            Camia, Silvan Possa                                                                          25 × 28 cm, 9¾ × 11 in, 248 pages
                                            16 × 24 cm, 9¾ × 8¼ in, 448 pages                                                            236 illustrations, hardcover
                                            199 illustrations, paperback                                                                 2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-567-6
                                            ISBN 978-3-03778-560-7, English                                                              English /German /Japanese
                                            ISBN 978-3-03778-559-1, German                                                               EUR 50.– GBP 45.– USD 60.–
                                            EUR 25.– GBP 22.– USD 29.–

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Michael Webb                                Armin Linke and Peter Hanappe                  Allan Wexler                                  Unfamiliar Familiarities—
Two Journeys                                Phenotypes/                                    Absurd Thinking                               Outside Views on Switzerland
                                            Limited Forms                                  Between Art and Design                        Peter Pfrunder, Lars Willumeit, Tatyana
Ashley Simone (Ed.)                                                                                                                      Franck (Eds.)
                                            In collaboration with ZKM Karlsruhe and        Ashley Simone (Ed.)
                                            Sony Computer Science Laboratories                                                           Design: Pilar Rojo
Design: Integral Lars Müller                                                               Design: Integral Lars Müller
21 × 28 cm, 8¼ × 11 in, 206 pages           Design: Laure Giletti and Gregory Dapra        21 × 28 cm, 8¼ × 11 in, 296 pages             16.5 × 23 cm, 6½ × 9 in, 312 pages
284 Illustrations, hardcover                18 × 26.5 cm, 7 × 10½ in, 364 pages            427 illustrations, hardcover                  200 illustrations, 6 booklets in a slipcase
2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-554-6, English       2700 illustrations, paperback                  2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-516-4, English         2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-510-2
EUR 39.– GBP 33.– USD 45.–                  2018, ISBN 978-3-03778-575-1, English          EUR 45.– GBP 39.– USD 50.–                    English/French/German
                                            EUR 40.– GBP 35.– USD 45.–                                                                   EUR 40.– GBP 37.– USD 45.–

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                                            Balthasar Burkhard, Markus Jakob               Ahmed Mater                                   Andri Pol
From Anselm to Zilla                        “Click”, said the camera.                      Desert of Pharan                              Inside CERN
The Peter and Elisabeth Bosshard Collec-
                                                                                           Unofficial Histories behind the               European Organization for
tion of the Stiftung Kunst(Zeug)Haus
                                            Design: Integral Lars Müller                   Mass Expansion of Mecca                       Nuclear Research
                                            24 × 17 cm, 9 ½ × 6¾ in, 42 pages
Design: Integral Lars Müller
                                            22 photographs, ring binder                    Design: Integral Lars Müller                  Design: Andri Pol and Integral Lars Müller
24 × 30 cm, 9½ × 11¾ in, 320 pages
                                            2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-550-8, English          20 × 26.4 cm, 7¾ × 10¼ in, 632 pages          20 × 27. 5 cm, 7¾ × 10¾ in, 432 pages
390 illustrations, hardcover
                                            2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-549-2, German           623 illustrations, paperback                  295 illustrations, paperback
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-547-8, English
                                            EUR 20.– GBP 18.– USD 25.–                     2016, ISBN 978-3-03778-485-3, English         2014, ISBN 978-3-03778-275-0, English
2017, ISBN 978-3-03778-539-3, German
                                                                                           EUR 60.– GBP 45.– USD 60.–                    2014, ISBN 978-3-03778-262-0, German
EUR 40.– GBP 35.– USD 45.–
                                                                                                                                         EUR 50.– GBP 40.– USD 55.–

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Annelies Štrba                              The Face of Human Rights                       Who Owns the Water ?                          Faith Is.
Noonday                                     Walter Kälin, Judith Wyttenbach,               Lars Müller, Klaus Lanz, Christian Rentsch,
                                                                                                                                         The Quest for Spirituality and Religion
                                            Lars Müller (Eds.)                             René Schwarzenbach (Eds.)
Lars Müller (Ed.)                                                                                                                        Lukas Niederberger and Lars Müller (Eds.)
                                            Design: Integral Lars Müller                   Design: Integral Lars Müller
Design: Integral Lars Müller                16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 720 pages            16.5 × 24 cm, 6½ × 9½ in, 536 pages           Design: Integral Lars Müller
17. 3 × 24 cm, 6¾ × 9½ in, 336 pages        500 illustrations                              301 illustrations, hardcover                  16.5 × 24 cm, 6 ½ × 9 ½ in, 396 pages
295 illustrations, hardcover                2004, ISBN 978-3-03778-017-6, E (hardcover)    2006, ISBN 978-3-03778-018-3, English         159 illustrations, hardcover
2015, ISBN 978-3-03778-388-7                EUR 45.– GBP 38.– USD 50.–                     2006, ISBN 978-3-03778-015-2, German          2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-144-9, English
English/German                              2008, ISBN 978-3-03778-114-2, G (paperback)    EUR 45.– GBP 38.– USD 50.–                    2009, ISBN 978-3-03778-143-2, German
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obarter@prestel-uk.co.uk         20 Castlegate                        Phone +91 11 41016413                      Middle East, Israel,
Will Westall – Sales Executive   York YO1 9RP                         Mobile +91 99 58683821                     Central Asia, North Africa
wwestall@prestel-uk.co.uk        Phone +44 (0)845 862 1730            tapasdutta65@gmail.com                     and ­Eastern Mediterranean
                                 Fax +44 (0)161 683 5270                                                         Richard Ward
Distribution                     Mobile +44 (0)7970 700505            China, Hong Kong, Korea, Taiwan            Ward International (Book Export) Ltd
Grantham Book Services (GBS)     jim@signaturebooksuk.com             Philip Tsang                               Unit 3, Ground Floor Taylor’s Yard
Trent Road, Grantham                                                  Asia Publishers Services Ltd.              67 Alderbrook Road
Lincolnshire NG31 7XQ            Ireland                              Units B&D                                  London SW12 8AD, UK
Phone +44 (0)1476 541080         Gabrielle Redmond                    17th Floor Gee Chang Hong Centre           Phone +44 (0)20 8672 1171
(UK Customer Services)           93 Longwood Park                     65 Wong Chuk Hang Road                     richard@wibx.co.uk
Phone +44 (0)1476 541082         Rathfarnham, Dublin 14               Aberdeen, Hong Kong
(Export Customer Services)       Republic of Ireland                  Phone +852 2553 9289
Fax +44 (0)1476 541061           Phone +353 (0)1 493 6043             Fax +852 2554 2912
(UK Customer Services)           gabrielle.redmond@gmail.com          aps_hk@asiapubs.com.hk
Fax +44 (0)1476 541068                                                                                           All prices and title details are subject
(Export Customer Services)                                            South East Asia                            to change without ­notice. All prices
orders@gbs.tbs-ltd.co.uk                                              Chris Ashdown                              are excluded VAT and do not include
(UK Customer Services)                                                Publishers International Marketing         any sales taxes.
export@gbs.tbs-ltd.co.uk                                              I Monkton Close, Dorset BH22 9LL, UK
(Export Customer Services)                                            Phone/Fax +44 (0)1202 8962100
www.granthambookservices.co.uk                                        chris@pim-uk.com                           ISBN 978-3-03778-596-6

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