The Art of Books and Buildings
DOM's extensive publishing programme combines both of their passions: architecture and designing high-quality books. Experienced editors, creative graphic designers, and architects work at the interface of theory and practice under one roof in the Friedrichswerder area in Berlin. DOM publishes up to 40 new titles each year and aim to provide architects, instructors, and students with a valuable foundation for their daily work and to make a critical contribution to the contemporary debate on architecture. In addition to the series of manuals, architectural guides, and basics, their thematic focuses include the architectural history of the former Soviet Union as well as architecture in Africa and the Muslim world. DOM’s books are published primarily in English and German, but increasingly also in Russian, French, Italian, and Spanish. DOM’s global distribution network means their titles can be purchased in architecture bookshops around the world, from New York to Moscow through to Tokyo.
Lavishly illustrated, a must-read guidebook for architecture enthusiasts, travellers, and residents alike on the bustling capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka. Includes QR codes and detailed maps to help navigate the concrete jungle of this metropolis with its population of 22 million.
An exploration of the North African city that was once the heart of ancient civilisation and is now the capital of modern Egypt. As well as looking at more than 300 buildings, it takes the reader on 20 walks and excursions.
An architectural guide on Austria's capital of architecture, with outstanding examples of historical and contemporary architecture that range from the Renaissance Eggenberg Palace to the Kunsthaus.
The first guide on architecture of Tirana - the capital of Albania is a collection of 100 buildings that represent the construction of the city in the modern period.
An architectural guide describing over 160 buildings and city routes design to explore Lima by boat, car, train, bus, bicycle or on foot.
The German Architectural Annual, edited by the German Architecture Museum (DAM), documenting contemporary architectural projects in Germany for the past 40 years.
The war has dramatically changed the geographies of nearly all Ukrainians and returned the work of an architectural critic to the traditional mainstream of journalism. This shift has taken Gubkina's thoughts from the academic context and made them more akin to war reporting.