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  • #WowTorino

    #WowTorino

    Get to know Turin by discovering the best attractions and hidden corners in its main neighbourhoods, visiting museums and galleries, eating local and innovative food in trendsetting spots, procuring items in quirky shops and sipping aperitifs in popular bars. A guide aimed at those visiting Turin for a weekend, a short trip or even longer. The hidden sides of this unconventional, young, elegant and welcoming city are revealed in #WowTorino.
    ISBN 9788875705497. Edizioni Corraini.
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    • $17.50
  • 100 Getaways around the World

    100 Getaways around the World

    Even the greyest, dullest day will be immeasurably enlivened by a flick through this compendium of some of the world’s most enticing holiday destinations. Whether you’re planning your next vacation or simply idly dreaming of one, lose yourself in this collection of 100 beautiful locales from Abu Dhabi to Vietnam, Lake Garda to Utah.
    ISBN 9783836543972. TASCHEN.
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    • $85.00
  • 100 Interiors Around the World

    100 Interiors Around the World

    A house’s foundation may be little more than just bones, but interiors are personality, an intimate canvas on which to express individuality and creativity. This massive publication features 100 dazzling interiors, luxuriously laid out over two volumes. Sumptuous photographs with extensive captions detail a spectrum of styles and approaches from all over the world.
    ISBN 9783836529884. TASCHEN.
    reprinting
    • $85.00
  • 100 Interiors Around the World

    100 Interiors Around the World

    The ultimate in interiors inspiration, this catalogue spans six continents to deliver you the most immaculate abodes from Biarritz to Brazil. Pore over pictures by illustrious interior design photographers that profile every style of home you can imagine: from clean line, concrete minimalism to bustling eclecticism, where textures, time periods, and trends clamor for attention.
    ISBN 9783836557269. TASCHEN.
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    • $40.00
  • 101 Baja California

    101 Baja California

    101 places, monuments, beaches, foods and experiences in Baja California. Tijuana, Mexicali, Ensenada, San Quintin, Guerrero Negro, Laguna de San Ignacio, Loreto, La Paz, Todos Santos, Cabo San Lucas: this land is a veritable gold mine of revelations. Baja California is uncompromising. It is a 1,220-kilometer-long peninsula of desert and cactus, with the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Sea of Cortez on the other, beaten by strong winds, eroded by gigantic waves, and made incandescent by hot summers.Alongside the most typical postcard-like images of the art and natural wonders, you will find the folklore and handicrafts, the culinary delicacies and the cocktails, the small unknown jewels which enrich the panorama made of people and stories, rocks and sea, mythology and tradition.
    ISBN 9788899180515. SIME Books.
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    • $45.00
  • 20th Century Travel

    20th Century Travel

    Hop on board a locomotive, ocean liner, Greyhound bus, or jumbo jet and rediscover all the energy of America's new age of mobility. This bumper collection of vintage print advertisements captures the exponential expansion of American tourism, from a cushioned journey of the elite into a convenient pastime for the general public.
    ISBN 9783836553964. TASCHEN.
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    • $40.00
  • Alpine Retreats: Unique Hotel Architecture

    Alpine Retreats: Unique Hotel Architecture

    Authors Hannes Bauerte and Claudia Miller spend most of their free time in the mountains. Always searching for new and special places, ranging from stop-offs, to final destinations for a peaceful stay, they have now compiled a wide variety of different kinds of accommodation. Background information on construction and tips on travelling in the Alps, general maps, and a list of addresses make this book an outstanding travel guide for readers interested in architecture and the Alps.
    ISBN 9783955531812. Birkhauser Verlag.
    available
    • $105.00
  • Analogue Guide: Amsterdam

    Analogue Guide: Amsterdam

    Analogue Guides is a series of curated city guidebooks featuring high quality, unique, low key venues - distilled through the lens of the neighbourhood. They are designed to complement the internet during pre-travel preparation and smartphones for on-the-ground research. Premium photography and a select choice of venues provide an ideal starting point for pre-travel inspiration. At your destination, the guides serve as portable manuals with detailed neighbourhood maps and clear directions.
    ISBN 9780983858577. Analogue Media.
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    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: Barcelona (2nd edition)

    Analogue Guide: Barcelona (2nd edition)

    Analogue Guide: Barcelona presents the best of what this wonderful city has to offer, with photography and maps throughout. In recent years, Barcelona has simultaneously seen a strong resurgence of Catalan culture and a cosmopolitan influx of immigrants. Its new diversity is perhaps best displayed in the Born's wealth of outdoor cafes, delightful restaurants and independent boutiques. The city's avant-garde has shifted into the formerly industrial Poblenou, while the grand Eixample is home to Gaudí inspired architecture and the high-end establishments of great Catalan chefs.
    ISBN 9780991206223. Analogue Media.
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    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: Berlin

    Analogue Guide: Berlin

    Analogue Guides is a series of curated city guidebooks featuring high quality, unique, low key venues - distilled through the lens of the neighbourhood. They are designed to complement the internet during pre-travel preparation and smartphones for on-the-ground research. Premium photography and a select choice of venues provide an ideal starting point for pre-travel inspiration. At your destination, the guides serve as portable manuals with detailed neighbourhood maps and clear directions.
    ISBN 9780983858546. Analogue Media.
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    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: Berlin (2nd edition)

    Analogue Guide: Berlin (2nd edition)


    ISBN 9780991206230. Analogue Media.
    out of print
    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: Copenhagen

    Analogue Guide: Copenhagen

    Analogue Guides is a series of curated city guidebooks featuring high quality, unique, low key venues - distilled through the lens of the neighbourhood. They are designed to complement the internet during pre-travel preparation and smartphones for on-the-ground research. Premium photography and a select choice of venues provide an ideal starting point for pre-travel inspiration. At your destination, the guides serve as portable manuals with detailed neighbourhood maps and clear directions.
    ISBN 9780983858584. Analogue Media.
    available
    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: London (2nd edition)

    Analogue Guide: London (2nd edition)

    Analogue Guides is a series of curated city guidebooks featuring high quality, unique, low key venues - distilled through the lens of the neighbourhood. They are designed to complement the internet during pre-travel preparation and smartphones for on-the-ground research. Premium photography and a select choice of venues provide an ideal starting point for pre-travel inspiration. At your destination, the guides serve as portable manuals with detailed neighbourhood maps and clear directions.
    ISBN 9780991206209. Analogue Media.
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    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: Los Angeles

    Analogue Guide: Los Angeles

    Analogue Guides is a series of curated city guidebooks featuring high quality, unique, low key venues - distilled through the lens of the neighbourhood. They are designed to complement the internet during pre-travel preparation and smartphones for on-the-ground research. Premium photography and a select choice of venues provide an ideal starting point for pre-travel inspiration. At your destination, the guides serve as portable manuals with detailed neighbourhood maps and clear directions.
    ISBN 9780983858522. Analogue Media.
    out of print
    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: New York (2nd edition)

    Analogue Guide: New York (2nd edition)

    Analogue Guides is a series of curated city guidebooks featuring high quality, unique, low key venues - distilled through the lens of the neighbourhood. They are designed to complement the internet during pre-travel preparation and smartphones for on-the-ground research. Premium photography and a select choice of venues provide an ideal starting point for pre-travel inspiration. At your destination, the guides serve as portable manuals with detailed neighbourhood maps and clear directions.
    ISBN 9780983858591. Analogue Media.
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    • $21.95
  • Analogue Guide: Paris

    Analogue Guide: Paris

    Analogue Guides is a series of curated city guidebooks featuring high quality, unique, low key venues - distilled through the lens of the neighbourhood. They are designed to complement the internet during pre-travel preparation and smartphones for on-the-ground research. Premium photography and a select choice of venues provide an ideal starting point for pre-travel inspiration. At your destination, the guides serve as portable manuals with detailed neighbourhood maps and clear directions.
    ISBN 9780983858553. Analogue Media.
    out of print
    • $21.95
  • Appetite for Melbourne, An

    Appetite for Melbourne, An

    You will not go hungry in Melbourne, of that we are certain. This energetic city at the southeastern edge of the Australian continent offers food and drink of unmatchable quality and variety. The casual approach of its restaurants, bars and cafes and its spirit of invention ripple across oceans, into kitchens and onto counters around the world. Our guide comprises 40 points of interest, including galleries, markets, shops and parks, among them: Tailored cocktails at The Everleigh The open-air bar and cinema atop 1920s Curtin House Polish sausage and German bratwurst at Queen Victoria Market The unspoiled 1950s charm of Pellegrini's Espresso Bar The Royal Botanic Gardens' sylvan pleasures
    ISBN 9781910023426. Herb Lester Associates.
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    • $11.50
  • Around Reykjavik

    Around Reykjavik

    Reykjavik is unlike other cities. Its 120,000 inhabitants sustain a thriving art and music scene and several book and record shops, all in an area that can be strolled across in 30 minutes. The local's love of hot dogs is in keeping with other Nordic cities, but here they're all made from organic lamb. You can spot whales from its shores and they're on its menus too. And then there's the world beyond it, an extraordinary and varied landscape dotted with geysers, glaciers, waterfalls and black sand beaches. Our guide selects some of Reykjavik's highlights, it also offers tips for visitors wishing to explore beyond it, all while still having time to make it back to the city for a comfortable night's sleep.
    ISBN 9781910023600. Herb Lester Associates.
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    • $11.50
  • Around the World

    Around the World

    Traces the development of the travel photo album, from primarily narrative forms into rich multimedia objects of sublime beauty. Featuring a wealth of photographs and ephemera such as passports, ship menus, calling cards and newspaper clippings, Around the World evokes the pleasures of a time when travel was an art in and of itself.
    ISBN 9781568987088. Princeton Architectural Press.
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    • $105.00
  • Art Deco New York Map

    Art Deco New York Map

    An original guide to New York City’s celebrated Art Deco architecture, this two-sided map, including photographs and details of over fifty buildings, features examplesof the style’s vibrant colors, eclectic influences, and geometric patterns from the tip of Manhattan to the Bronx.
    ISBN 9781912018. Blue Crow Media.
    nyp due 15/9/18
    • $14.95
  • Art Deco New York Map

    Art Deco New York Map

    An original guide to New York City’s celebrated Art Deco architecture, this two-sided map, including photographs and details of over fifty buildings, features examples of the style’s vibrant colors, eclectic influences, and geometric patterns from the tip of Manhattan to the Bronx.
    ISBN 9781912018628. Blue Crow Media.
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    • $16.95
  • Asian Flavours: Creating Architecture for Culinary Culture

    Asian Flavours: Creating Architecture for Culinary Culture

    This book presents the projects of Asian and European architects on both continents, ranging from tea houses and sake bars through to entire restaurants. How are architects adapting and interpreting this cuisine? How do they respond to the conditions and cultures in these spaces without simply simulating an Asian decor? Enhanced with selected recipes from individual restaurants and essays on various Asian cuisines and culinary cultures, the book is also effectively a travel guide.
    ISBN 9783955532673. Birkhauser Verlag.
    available
    • $87.50
  • Austin on the Hoof

    Austin on the Hoof

    An ideal companion to the Texas state capital; well-versed in the city's history and cultural attractions, it also has an eye to the wild side of life. The 49 entries encompass Tex-Mex restaurants and German beer halls, honky-tonks and cemeteries, record shops and natural springs. And there's barbecue too.
    ISBN 9781910023150. Herb Lester Associates.
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    • $11.50
  • Authentically Hamburg

    Authentically Hamburg

    This prosperous port city has diversions to suit every traveller. Coffee and cake, all-night beers, fish sandwiches, vintage clothes for sale by the kilo, museums, book shops and, of course, all that water: canals, lakes and the mighty River Elbe. From wealthy suburbs to the old docks, our 30 carefully selected suggestions for some of the best things to see, do, eat and drink are Authentically Hamburg. Designed by John Mata. Litho-printed in England on 100% recycled paper.
    ISBN 9781910023877. Herb Lester Associates.
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    • $11.50
  • Baja California: Not Food for Old Men

    Baja California: Not Food for Old Men

    Baja California is a 1220-kilometer-long peninsula of desert and cactus, with the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Sea of Cortez on the other, beaten by strong winds, eroded by gigantic waves, and made incandescent by hot summers. Not Food for Old Men is a gastronomic and photographic exploration of the region. Lobster, marlin, octopus, chillies, and ribs are the cornerstones of a kitchen at the "end of the world", often overlooked and for this reason even more authentic.
    ISBN 9788895218977. SIME Books.
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    • $52.50
  • Barcelona At Ease

    Barcelona At Ease

    An update of our popular Barcelona guide. There are those who would deny you the right to have your cake and eat it too. Such people should stay clear of Barcelona, a city that encompasses the very best of old and new: stunning mediaeval and modern architecture, an efficient comfortable mass-transit system, a superabundance of wonderful food, traditional independent shops, and even a beach of golden sand. We have included all of the above in this guide, which keeps its focus on the old city, an area easily explored on foot. This is Barcelona the easy way, a careful selection of places, many of them popular with both locals and tourists, and justifiably so. Barcelona is a city where you can have it all. And with this guide you don't even have to work for it.
    ISBN 9781910023556. Herb Lester Associates.
    out of print
    • $11.50
  • Barcelona Modern Architecture Guide

    Barcelona Modern Architecture Guide

    This guide brings together the most important and interesting examples of modern and contemporary architecture in Barcelona. It covers the emergence of Modernisme and Noucentisme, creative periods for which Barcelona is known the world over: the emblematic German Pavilion by Mies van der Rohe (1929), rationalist works conceived from the 40s and 50s, large housing projects of the 70s, the Olympic architecture of the late 80s, post-Olympic architecture, examples of the ongoing urban redefinition from the 90s, and the iconic architecture of the 21st century. Each entry has a brief description that includes planning and completion dates, a summary explanatory description, and subsequent restoration and alterations with a graphic coding system. This updated edition features the most recent architectural production (up until 2012), including landmarks such as Jean Nouvel's Agbar tower, the 2004 Forum building by Herzog & de Meuron, the Media-ICT building by Enric Ruiz Geli, the Santa Caterina Market by EMBT and the Diagonal ZeroZero Telefonica Tower by EMBA.
    ISBN 9788496954182. Actar.
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    • $65.00
  • Beautiful Hotels in Europe (Under $125)

    Beautiful Hotels in Europe (Under $125)

    Bringing together a selection of hotels from throughout Europe, this small publication presents Architecturally unique or otherwise distinctive vacation spots from Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Czech Republic, Austria, Poland, and Germany.
    ISBN 9783940874825. Gingko Press.
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    • $52.50
  • Best Designed Affordable Hotels

    Best Designed Affordable Hotels

    For a long time, a stay in a well-designed hotel was a costly business, but some hotels have adjusted to meet the needs of younger travellers. Published in response to frequent request for an overview of reasonably priced design hotels, this latest title in the 'best designed' series is the first global collection of first-class hotel architecture with affordable rates.
    ISBN 9783899860702. AVedition.
    available
    • $63.50
  • Best Designed Ecological Hotels

    Best Designed Ecological Hotels

    Hi-tech, environmental compatibility and good design are no longer a contradiction in terms. This collection of outstanding hotel architecture presents the best ecological hotels from the world's most fascinating locations: a luxury complex on an isolated island, a clay resort in the desert and a bush lodge with eye contact with wild animals amongst many others.
    ISBN 9783899860719. AVedition.
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    • $33.00
  • Bon Voyage: Boutique Hotels for the Conscious Traveler

    Bon Voyage: Boutique Hotels for the Conscious Traveler

    Make a difference when you travel. Excellent hospitality and sustainable journeys can go hand in hand. New getaways offer amazing design, delicious food and extraordinary experiences while committing to an eco-friendly experience for travellers and locals alike.From a remote lodge in the Namibian desert made from shipwrecks that protects endangered wildlife, to a restored hotel in downtown Hong Kong that draws on local tradition, or a guest house in Beirut where Lebanese women teach cooking and pass on family recipes for local dishes: no matter where or how, all these hotels combine the highest standards of hospitality with the smallest ecological footprint. Bon Voyage gives a privileged insight into the shift towards eco-conscious getaways. Relax, enjoy ... and make a positive impact!
    ISBN 9783899559637. Die Gestalten Verlag.
    not yet published
    • $95.00
  • Brooklyn 43 Reasons Why

    Brooklyn 43 Reasons Why

    An updated version of our popular guide to the city across the river, Brooklyn, it encompasses the borough's variety and its contrasts, from old-fashioned neighbourhood joints to new arrivals. It takes in kielbasa and artisan ice cream, stores selling records, comics, books, vintage clothes, American-made workwear and liquor, along with galleries, museums, parks and even a carousel.
    ISBN 9781910023570. Herb Lester Associates.
    available
    • $11.50
  • Brooklyn Bar For All Reasons, A 2nd edition

    Brooklyn Bar For All Reasons, A 2nd edition

    In this city guide are bars old and new for any temper; from highfalutin to homely, tranquil to raucous. A saloon for New York's beachcombers, one for philosophers, bars for scholarly pursuits and musical appreciation, a few for a good old-fashioned shot and a beer, and many more for crackerjack cocktails of the moment. Written by Jon Hammer & Karen McBurnie, designed by Steve Wolf. Litho-printed in England on recycled paper.
    ISBN 9781910023891. Herb Lester Associates.
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    • $11.50
  • Brooklyn Mom & Pop

    Brooklyn Mom & Pop

    Mom & Pop is an affectionate umbrella covering much more than genealogical family; these are small businesses that have thrived over time by working hard for the pride of a job well done, with the love and patronage of neighbours, friends and family. This book contains 99 entries, all of them beloved spots that have helped to define the borough; the Mom & Pop shops folks grew up with, and the places they return to year after year, even if they have moved out of the neighbourhood. There are no substitutes, and you won’t find an outpost at the mall. It’s not like the old days, and yet it is.
    ISBN 9781910023990. Herb Lester Associates.
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    • $28.50
  • Calabria in Cucina: The Flavours of Calabria

    Calabria in Cucina: The Flavours of Calabria

    Calabria in Cucina contains authentic, regional recipes, as well as local food traditions and classic wine from the Sila Mountain range to the white cliffs of the Vaticano Cape, close to Tropea. The easy-to-follow recipes are written by Chef Valentina Oliveri, owner of the restaurant L'Elibelinde, based in Rende (Cosenza).
    ISBN 9788895218700. SIME Books.
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    • $69.50
  • Candida Hofer in Mexico

    Candida Hofer in Mexico

    Mexico as seen by master photographer Candida Hofer. In 2014, Candida Hofer (b. Eberswalde, Germany, 1944; lives and works in Cologne) traveled to Mexico, visiting Mexico City, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, Oaxaca, Puebla, Tepotzotlan, Tlacochahuaya, and Tonantzintla, where she photographed old and new libraries, theaters and opera houses, churches and museums, poorhouses and palaces.Most of the pictures are organised by symmetry along a central axis, a characteristic feature of her art. If these works suggest her training with Hilla and Bernd Becher, who taught photography in Dusseldorf--she is now the best-known of their students--others show a "new" Candida Hofer: old-fashioned offices, weather-beaten walls, and simple stores as well as a few expertly captured details of facades, floors, and interiors. With an essay by the Mexican historian and economist Jose N. Iturriaga.
    ISBN 9783954761395. Distanz Verlag.
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    • $99.50
  • Chien-Chi Chang: Jet Lag

    Chien-Chi Chang: Jet Lag

    For Jet Lag, award-winning photographer Chien-Chi Chang has created succinct black-and-white images of globalised disconnect. In these photographs, reality is less a touchstone than a distraction: the crucial space is 'between'. Planes and beds and flickering screens provide the only continuity, and there is little human warmth except the body heat of the passenger in the next seat and the sounds coming through the wall from the adjacent room. Chien-Chi Chang has been a member of Magnum Photos since 2001. His several series about alienation - in mental states, in marriage, in nationality - have been exhibited throughout the world, creating a sensation in 2001 and 2009 at the Venice Biennale.
    ISBN 9783775740258. Hatje Cantz.
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    • $89.50
  • Clandestine London

    Clandestine London

    The desire to see and be seen is not shared by all. For those who prefer to conduct business away from prying eyes, this map is for you. We list 31 places with hidden alcoves and easy exits, neglected restaurants, unreconstructed wine bars, ancient pubs and even natural isolation. In these locations discretion is assured, it's entirely up to you to decide how you make use of that.
    ISBN 9781910023051. Herb Lester Associates.
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    • $11.50
  • Cognoscenti's Guide to Florence, The

    Cognoscenti's Guide to Florence, The

    Shop and eat like a Florentine with this pocket-sized guide to the best of the magnificent Tuscan city known for its art, culture, and cuisine. Celebrated graphic designer and self-described Italophile, Louise Fili, with connoisseur of all things Lisa Apatoff, takes you on eight walks through Florence, discussing more than seventy of the city's most alluring shops - some run by the same families for generations, others offering young entrepreneurs' fresh interpretations of traditional techniques. Discerning travelers will discover rare books and charming hats; vintage Pucci and handmade shoes; cioccolata da bere (drinkable chocolate); colourful buttons; and bolts of rich fabric in this enchanting introduction to makers and purveyors of clothing, home, decor, accessories, specialty foods, and much more. For each shop, there is a full-colour photo, description of specialties, and information on location and hours of operation.
    ISBN 9781616893217. Princeton Architectural Press.
    out of print
    • $31.50
  • Cognoscenti's Guide to Florence, the NEW REVISED EDITION

    Cognoscenti's Guide to Florence, the NEW REVISED EDITION

    Shop and eat like a Florentine with this pocket-sized guide to the best of the magnificent Tuscan city known for its art, culture, and cuisine. Celebrated graphic designer and self-described Italophile Louise Fili and connoisseur of all things Lisa Apatoff take you on eight updated walks through Florence, discussing more than 70 of the city's most alluring shops -- some run by the same families for generations, others offering young entrepreneurs' fresh interpretations of traditional techniques. Discerning travellers will discover rare books and charming hats; vintage Pucci and handmade shoes; cioccolata da bere (drinkable chocolate); colourful buttons; and bolts of rich silk fabric in this enchanting introduction to makers and purveyors of clothing, home decor, accessories, specialty foods, and much more.
    ISBN 9781616896362. Princeton Architectural Press.
    available
    • $29.95
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