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By Branden Klayko, Superscript November 26, 2013

Each fall, the world's preeminent auction houses offer up a collection of rare and unique books. Here are five of the most exciting. More...

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By Jennifer Krichels, Superscript August 22, 2013

Will the A + D Museum's current exhibition teach Los Angeles, and the rest of the world, about how to realize innovative architecture and urban planning? More...

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By Norman Weinstein October 30, 2013

Several major modern architects have had an intensive preoccupation with glass, but no other architect has so comprehensively and dynamically designed with, and invented new processes to decorate, glass as Carlo Scarpa (1906–78). More...

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By Steve Kroeter August 1, 2016

We revisit Abbott's book picks, talk to him about the revival of his magazine Dance Ink, a “performance for the page,” and get some new book recommendations. More...

The Proust Questionnaire — Book Edition
By Steve Kroeter October 31, 2013

Designers & Books poses its own version of the famous questionnaire to contributors and friends. More...

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By Anne Quito, Superscript November 12, 2013

New book, Shady Characters, offers insight into the secret life of everyday punctuation, typographic marks, glyphs, and symbols. More...

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By Stela Razzaque, Superscript November 13, 2013

Ikon.5 Architects has delivered a library and civic space in Delaware inspired by a pile of books. More...

The Proust Questionnaire — Book Edition
By Coralie Bickford-Smith November 8, 2013

If Penguin book cover designer Coralie-Bickford Smith could be any author, who would she be? Her answer to this and 15 more responses to The Proust Questionnaire—Book Edition. More...

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By Steve Kroeter November 15, 2013

Designers & Books collaborates with Tina Roth Eisenberg’s CreativeMornings to provide monthly reading lists based on CreativeMornings themes, beginning with November’s theme: bravery. More...

Rare & Beautiful
By Peter Kraus November 5, 2019

To look at a collection of the books published by Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler in Paris is to get a unique insight into the artistic ferment that marked the early twentieth century. More...