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.

 

Our English-language International New Titles Catalog 2018/19 offers an overview of the latest and upcomign books from our list. For further inspiration have a look also at the selection of book in our flyer  New and Selected Titles Catalog 2018/19. In case of any specific query or for general inquiries please contact Melanie Jost m.jost@scheidegger-spiess.ch.

 

 
  • The Giedion World

    The Giedion Universe: An introduction to the work, significance and impact, and estate of two of modernism's most distinguished scholars—on 420 pages with 198 color illustrations featuring 630 documents, objects, and photographs

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  • Tom Haller – Nuggets

    An outsider’s view on the American landscape and how it reflects the state of the country’s society

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  • Dry Stone Walls

    A uniquely comprehensive source of knowledge, combining cultural history with a guide to plants and animals finding their habitat in dry stone walls and a practical step-by-step building manual

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  • Werner Feiersinger. Overturn

    Reformulating space: Werner Feiersinger’s new intervention at Belvedere 21 in Vienna

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  • Close-up—Ruch & Partner Architects 1994–2018

    The definitive monograph on the work of Ruch & Partner Architects, whose restorations of and contemporary interventions in historic houses in the Engadine have gained much international recognition

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  • The Red Book Hours

    A unique study of and reference work on Carl Gustav Jung’s monumental Red Book (Liber Novus)

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  • Minoru Onoda

    First-ever monograph on Japanese artist Minoru Onoda, a distinguished member of the radical Gutai artistic movement in the 1960s and 1970s

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  • Dominic Büttner – Dreamscapes

    Exploring the eeriness of our everyday surroundings at night

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  • Bettina Pousttchi

    A Manhattan landmark at the center of a new installation by the acclaimed German-Iranian artist

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  • Extraordinary!

    A little known, idiosyncratic early modernism in Swiss visual art

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  • Claude Sandoz. A Kind of Panorama

    Claude Sandoz's exubertant art, inspired by Caribbean culture, literature and philosophy

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  • Photo-Eye Fritz Block

    The architect as photographer: Fritz Block, a dedicated proponent of modernism also with his camera

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  • Colombia

    Colombia: A country and its people torn between paradise, guerilla groups, drugs, and the absence of state authority

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  • Lynn Shaler

    A modern master of color aquatint etching

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  • Peter Zumthor Talks About His Work

    A unique biographical film collage on celebrated architect Peter Zumthor, compiled by renowned Swiss director Christoph Schaub in collaboration with Atelier Peter Zumthor.

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  • A Feeling of History

    Peter Zumthor's surprising and revealing reflections on time and history

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  • Susi + Ueli Berger

    First-ever, richly illustrated monograph on Swiss artists and interior designers Susi and Ueli Berger, creators of Swiss design icons such as the Soft Chair, the Cloud Lamp, and the Stack of Drawers

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  • Othmar Eder—Finding Images

    “I have been born as a draughtsman, I believe.” Othmar Eder

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  • The Gardens of La Gara

    Contemporary and historic landscape design on an 18th-centruy estate near Geneva.

     

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  • Schwarzflug

    The pictorial world of Swiss architect Oliver Schwarz

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  • Psychoanalyst meets Marina Abramović

    A unique insight into Marina Abramović’s biography and art and what connects the two

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  • Unresolved

    What does rake a conflict and turns it into a seemingly endless struggle?

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