We at Park Books feel incredibly lucky to have an enthusiastic and devoted audience for our books that has sustained us as an independent publisher over the past years. To thank you for your ongoing support and interest in our list, we’ve prepared a new special-feature resource called Park Books Specials for you, where you’ll find two of our books at a discount price, available for a limited time until June 15!
The definitive monograph about Sigurd Lewerentz, an enigmatic figure in the modern history of architecture, was published last year in collaboration with ArkDes and sold out in no time. It is now available again—take a look at Park Books Specials for more on this special book and secure yourself a discounted copy!
We are incredibly honored to have received four of the ten winning spots at this year's ceremony of the DAM Architectural Book Award! Elemente einer baukulturellen Allgemeinbildung, edited by Verein Archijeunes, Avant-Garde as Methode by Anna Bokov, Napoli Super Modern, edited by LAN Local Architecture Network, Benoit Jallon, Umberto Napolitano and Le Laboratoire R.A.A.R, and Land. Milk. Honey, published in conjunction with the Israeli Pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale.
Congratulations to the authors, editors, designers and all contributors!
The German Stiftung Buchkunst has chosen its “Most Beautiful German Books of 2021” and we are happy to announce that the grand volume Avant-Garde as Method. Vkhutemas and the Pedagogy of Space, 1920–1930 is one of this year’s winners. Congratulations to the author Anna Bokov and the designers from Bonbon, Zurich!
In the competition, the experts from the jury examined over 600 books and chose 25 Most Beautiful German Books 2021. Two more books from our books made it on the Shortlist, The New Normal and Regarding Space and Spaces. The Chambered Floor Plans and Luca Selva Architects.
Congratulations and thanks to everyone who has contributed to this success!
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The bookstore Never Stop Reading is located in Zurich's old town, only a few steps from the Kunsthaus, the University, and ETH. The store features a broad range of international publications on architecture, photography, art, and design, as well as a section of general-interest English books. The new spaces can be used for small exhibitions and we'll be hosting a diverse program of book launches, readings, panel discussions . . . We're looking forward to seeing you there!
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Land. Milk. Honey.
Turning a biblical promise into reality: how ideology translated into colonialism, settlement, urbanization, infrastructure, and mechanized agriculture radically reshaped the environment of Palestine-Israel. – The Israeli pavilion at the 17th International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale> More