Books with Press Materials Available

Thank you very much for your interest in our press materials. Please see below for a selection of our recent releases and forthcoming titles. For all these books detailed information is available and you can order a review copy or images. If the title you are looking for is not shown on this page, please us the search option.

 

You find all upcoming books of the current season in the New Titles Catalog Autumn 2016. For further inspiration and a broader overview of our list please have a look also at our brochure New and Selected Titles 2017/18. If you need further information, please contact Domenica Schulz at publicity@park-books.com.

 

 
  • Exposed Architecture

    An inspiring insight into the work and working environment of young architectural firms in Latin America, and an exploratuon of practices of exhibiting architecture

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  • Creatures of the City

    A unique visual and literary exploration of recent buildings by SCAU architecture, France's leading architectural firm

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  • Fawad Kazi KSSG—OKS

    The documentation of a highly innovative design for the rebuilding of a major hospital complex in Switzerland.

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  • ARTEC Architekten

    First monograph on Vienna-based ARTEC Architekten, one of Austria's leading contemporary firms.

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  • Neri & Hu Design and Research Office

    The first monograph on internationally celebrated, Shanghai and London-based Neri & Hu Design and Research Office.

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  • Israel Lessons

    An urbanist research project on concepts of social space rooted in land domestication and landscape idolatry

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  • New Housing in Zurich

    A comprehensive survey of co-operative housing projects in Zurich, featuring in detail some 50 recent designs that had a major impact on the city's urban life.

    Disponible aussi en français

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  • SOS Brutalism

    The first-ever global survey of brutalist architecture from the 1950s to the 1970s, based on research project carried out collaboratively by Deutsches Architekturmuseum DAM and Wüstenrot Foundation.

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  • Armando Ronca

    A master of Modernism in Northern Italy rediscovered

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