Category: Books

Overgrowth: Where floral design meets photography

Overgrowth is a limited edition art publication in which the world of art photography and floral design are brought together. The book showcases images of humans amidst elaborate botanical arrangements, captured by photographer Parker Fitzgerald. For this project, Fitzgerald teamed up with floral designer, Riley…

The Book of Palms: 1400 miles through the Amazon

Carl Friedrich Philipp von Martius (1794-1868), was a professor of Botany at the University of Munich and director of the Royal Botanic Garden. Somewhere between 1823 and 1853, von Martius published his groundbreaking book, “Historianaturalis palmarum: opus tripartitum” (Natural History of Palms: a work in…

Book: Infinite Space

“This book is a dazzling compilation of dream houses with a view, photographed by James Silverman on his travels. Whether of a remote mountain cabin in Norway, a sensuous desert oasis in Morocco, or a monolithic concrete home in Switzerland, Silvermans photographs capture the seemingly…

Book: Wustungen

In their book Wustungen, Anne Heinlein (b. 1977) and Gran Gnaudschun (b. 1971) delve deep into recent German history. Between 1952 and 1988, the authorities razed more than a hundred villages, farms, hamlets, and homesteads on East German territory near the border with West Germany.…

Book: Wonder plants

Green in your home is the latest trend in interior design. A range of world-class international interiors where wonderful plants take central stage demonstrate how you can transform your home into a green oasis, an urban jungle. This book is all about a passion for…

Book: Urban Jungle

“Urban Jungle is a book packed with green inspiration, plant styling ideas and handy plant information for anyone who wants to bring more greens into their homes and daily lives. This book will take you on an inspirational voyage through five green homes across Europe…

Book: Modernism Rediscovered

“The photography of Julius Shullman(1910-2009) transported a West Coast dream around the world. His images of midcentury Southern Californian architecturecaptured not only the distinctive structural, functional, and design elements of a building but also the context of its surroundings and inhabitants in a holistic, evocative…