Te Neues Desktop Books
Back to the Future: * Back to the Future is a book by Argentinian artist Irina Werning, who takes old pictures and then mimics them years later with the subjects dressed, styled, and posed exactly as they were in the original. The results are quirky and a fascinating insight into the aging process. Surprisingly, the subjects often slip seamlessly into their old persona, so that even though their physical appearance may have changed, the spirit is still plainly the same. Hardcover. 160 pages *Measurements:* 8" x 10"
For the Love of Style: * What is style, and what kinds of style are there? These are precisely the questions answered in For the Love of Style. The authors showcase the best-known and most exciting trends, from boho to preppy to the boyfriend look. They explain where these trends come from, who influenced them, and who perfected them. Hardcover with jacket. 220 pages *Measurements:* 8.75" x 11.25"
Castelbajac: * Jean-Charles De Castelbajac is a designer who knows how to dress women with courage and creativity. And for his somewhat unorthodox tastes, he has been nicknamed "King of the Unconventional." De Castelbajac has been a style and fashion pioneer. Even better, he has always managed to fuse fashion with art, as evidenced by his partnerships with Keith Haring and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Take a look behind the scenes at this fashion legend and learn about how this artist got his start and his ongoing history of success. Hardcover. 352 pages *Measurements:* 10.5" x 14.75"
How We Live: * How We Live is an intimate photographic journal of designers' and artists' homes and work spaces from around the world, including Mumbai, Beirut, Marrakech, Reykjavik, Mexico City and Amsterdam, amongst others. American photographer Marcia Prentice traveled to each of the international cities to experience and present 'the soul' of a diverse selection of domestic spaces, revealing the unique spirit of each creative environment. Hardcover. 224 pages *Measurements:* 8.75" x 11.25"
Light on New York City: * Franck Bohbot's Light on New York City is a sentimental and nocturnal exploration of "the city that never sleeps." In this photography project that began in 2013, New York City is presented in a series of haunting and cinematic images as seen in the nighttime facades and storefronts of buildings that boast neon marquees and signage, eerily preserved in all of their nostalgic and kitschy glory, to undeniably sleek and contemporary exteriors with more daring architectural design. Hardcover with jacket. 176 pages *Measurements:* 9.75" x 12.5"
Money, People, Politics: * Spanning over a decade of his portrait work, showing some of the most dynamic, influential, and controversial figures in modern politics, popular culture, sports, entertainment, technology, science, space travel, and global culture, Money People Politics is an electrifying retrospective from renowned contemporary photographer, Marco Grob. Whether a candid moment of vulnerability, raw emotion, or the direct unadulterated gaze, Grob's portraits are uniquely ennobling, but ultimately human. Hardcover. 290 pages *Measurements:* 10.5" x 13.5"
Wanderlust: * A comprehensive retrospective of photographer Thomas Hoepker's wide-ranging work. Wanderlust is a spectacular showcase for this photojournalist and former president of Magnum Photos. With insight and a keen sense for crucial details, Hoepker has dedicated his life to creating a photographic record that illustrates both the essential historical context and his subjects' uniquely personal experiences. Hardcover with jacket. 304 pages *Measurements:* 9.5" x 12.5"
Move and Work: * Fashion and interior designer Malene Birger is the epitome of creativity, timelessness, and eclectic style. In Move and Work, Birger's love for uncompromising design and traditional craftsmanship is on full display as this self-proclaimed nomad grants viewers entree into her three homes as well as her new showroom in Copenhagen. All provide a source of inspiration for redecorating and rearranging home and work spaces. Her houses are a perfect mix of old and new, craftsmanship, modernity, art and influences from other cultures. Hardcover with jacket. 240 pages *Measurements:* 11" x 14.25"
In this volume of the Toys for Men Series, Michael Brunnbauer presents the most luxurious material possessions that money can buy including everything from sports cars and mega-yachts to wristwatches and custom suiting. Featuring vivid images alongside informative text, Ultimate Toys For Men speaks to man's innate desire to play. From the Toys For Men Series. By Michael Brunnbauer. Published by teNeues; Multilingual edition. (October 15, 2017.) Hardcover. 256 pages. 11.0" length x 1.2" width x 13.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783961710188.
Modern Living Scandinavian Style: * Decorating an interior-one that is simple, functional, cosy and calm, with no piece of furniture unloved or overlooked-is a tall order. It should be convenient, space-saving and beautifully put together so that it enhances the chores of everyday life, while looking good too. What is it about Scandinavian design that does this so well? Hardcover with jacket. 176 pages *Measurements:* 8.75" x 11.25"
Praised for crafting imagery that joins contemporary techniques with classic allure, Bernhard Hartmann focuses his lens on the all-around beauty of New York City. The award-winning photographer aligns a variety of angles, including aerial views of skyscrapers, side shots of pedestrians in the busy streets, and landmark portraits draped with urban lights. Showcased in a large-scale format, this exquisite volume will leave readers in eternal awe of the Big Apple. By Bernhard Hartmann. Published by teNeues. (August 15, 2017.) Hardcover. 224 pages. 11.25" length x 1.00" width x 13.75" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783961710270.
A globally renowned tastemaker for interior décor and architecture, Claire Bingham presents a versatile guide on how to charmingly dress a home in lush foliage. Styled with vivid photography and rousing text, this colorful volume offers readers an array of concepts, from DIY floral arrangements to step-by-step instructions on how to create a botanical wonderland. Promoting leading professionals within the industry, from decorators to horticultural artists, Modern Living - Grandiflora is a must-have for design enthusiasts seeking to add a blossoming effect throughout their entire home. By Claire Bingham. Published by teNeues. (August 15, 2017.) Hardcover. 176 pages. 9.25" length x 1.00" width x 11.50" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783961710102.
Once again, interior designer Andrew Martin compiles the best designers of the year in one comprehensive text that showcases everything from minimalist styles to over-the-top opulence. The 21st volume of Interior Design Review is a must-have for design professionals and enthusiasts alike. From the Interior Design Review Series (book 21). By Andrew Martin. Published by teNeues. (October 15, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 512 pages. 9.5" length x 2.0" width x 12.5" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783961710195.
With his signature dramatic flair, French photographer Serge Ramelli showcases the breathtaking city of Venice in a cinematic light. Photography, travel, and art enthusiasts alike will revel in the many cathedrals, canals, and streets captured in this book, revealing the Italian city in all of its undeniably romantic splendor. By Serge Ramelli. Published by teNeues. (October 25, 2017.) Hardcover. 176 pages. 11.10" length x 0.90" width x 13.70" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783961710263.
Part of the Living In Style Series, this work showcases the many timeless, understated interiors and ornate, refined Art Deco apartments of Paris, each offering its own unique, unexplainable charm. Illuminating a fashion metropolis with a luxurious and elegant aesthetic, this book is a treasure for interior design enthusiasts. From the Living In Style Series. Written by Caroline Sarkozy. Photographs by Jean-François Jaussaud. Published by teNeues. (September 15, 2017.) Hardcover. 220 pages. 10.1" length x 1.0" width x 12.9" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783961710058.
Nature photographer Michael Poliza paints an intimate portrait of Mallorca, one of Spain's Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean. Known as an inimitable tourist destination, Mallorca features lively beaches, secluded bays, and picturesque mountain villages, all beautifully illustrated in this work. By Michael Poliza. Published by teNeues; Bilingual edition. (June 15, 2017.) Hardcover with jacket. 224 pages. 10.1" length x 1.2" width x 12.8" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783832769215.
Complete with enticing descriptions and fabulous color photos, Upgrade to Heaven features 50 of the most gorgeous hotel destinations from around the world. Including an access key to free hotel upgrades, this luxurious coffee-table book is a must-have for the elite traveler. Includes Upgrade To Heaven Card to engage in complimentary upgrade offers for hotels featured in this book. By David Löwe and Marina Bauernfeind. Published by teNeues. (October 15, 2016.) Hardcover. 300 pages. 10.5" length x 1.5" width x 13.0" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783832734152. Note: Upgrades depend on availability. Alternatively, a substitute offer will be made.
The young and talented photographer Sandra Müller presents this playful book that answers a question on many dog owners' minds: What would their four-legged friends be like if they were people? Starring 167 furry models styled in tailored outfits, this collection features large portraits alongside text highlighting each pup's "human" personality. Translated into three languages, Dog People will bring joy to readers of all ages, as they imagine what character their own pet could be. By Sandra Müller. Published by teNeues. (August 15, 2017.) Hardcover. 176 pages. 11.75" length x 1.00" width x 9.25" height (approximately). ISBN: 9783961710096.