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A treasure trove of glitz and glamour awaits on an exclusive two-mile coastline along the Mediterranean Sea.
Join Kinfolk on a journey off the beaten track, to islands big and small, in this collection of eighteen new travel stories.
A balance of spiritual meditation and indulgent amusement, there is an energy in Bali that defies the stereotype of a serene oasis.
In perfect harmony with nature, Costa Smeralda rose from the uninhabited, untouched territory at the northeastern tip of Sardinia. Uncovering the area’s limitless potential, Prince Aga Khan and other interested associates set to work developing and transforming Costa Smeralda into an exclusive, luxury escape.
Explore the art of mindful travel with Kinfolk, the pioneers in "slow living," their philosophy of simplicity, authenticity, intentionality and community.
An international port city and desert oasis, Dubai is one of the most important metropolises in the Middle East. With modest beginnings in the industries of pearl diving, fishing and trade, Dubai has since eclipsed its historic origins.
Between 1978 and 1989, Mitch Epstein made eight trips to India. This book is the result of Epstein’s unusual dual vantage in an extraordinarily complicated culture.
Surf & Stay is made for surfers and sea lovers who look further than the waves. For lovers of freshly baked pastries, beachfront boutique hotels or dreamy camper spots.
Let the imagination run wild flicking through this image-rich tome that celebrates everything about Provence, a wonder of a place in southeastern France.
Inspired by the unique vision of Wes Anderson, this book travels to every continent to tell the extraordinary true stories behind more than 200 stunning locations.
A selection of the 150 most beautiful and inspiring hotels in the world - each having a unique story to tell.
Over a 100 years of travel essentials by the collectible luxury luggage brand RIMOWA, whose signature aluminum cases have forever entered the contemporary design lexicon.
100 Trips Around the World takes travel beyond the obvious with adventures in exotic places and new perspectives in familiar ones, all based on the distinguished travel journalism of The New York Times.
Miami is more popular than ever before. Yet, it is a city that doesn’t merely change but evolves, never rewriting the past, just adding to its illustrious heritage.
Marrakech never fails to excite. Located just west of the Atlas Mountains, the city has been inhabited by Berber farmers for centuries.
In Let the Sun Beheaded Be, Gregory Halpern focuses on the Caribbean archipelago of Guadeloupe, an overseas region of France with a complicated and violent colonial past.
Wertman’s work is characterised by uniquely styled manipulation of different visuals into a single image, each bringing into the newly created picture different values.
A new body of work by Jack Davison, made in collaboration with Marni.
The legend of St. Tropez starts with a dog, a rooster, and a martyr; and it leads to movie stars, world-renowned artists and distinguished writers.
The new 2020 edition of the Design Hotels Book marks an innovative new artistic and editorial direction, as it highlights new member hotels through photo essays and reportage.
The definitive global hotel guide by the real experts who know - architects.
Scott Schuman, founder of New York street style blog The Sartorialist, turns his lens on India.
From Magnum Photos member Harry Gruyaert, a collection of photographs of airports and people in transit.
An epic motorcycle journey 20,000 miles across the Americas, from Brooklyn to the end of Patagonia.
Tim Voors’s infectious enthusiasm invites you to grab a backpack and set off on an adventure to rediscover yourself.
The Turkish Riviera, known as the Turquoise Coast, is home to stunning mountain scenery, rich myths, and folklore, and more than six hundred miles of impeccable shoreline along the warm Aegean and Mediterranean seas.
Frame/Work is a book about remarkable people and their urban habitat, how they see the world, and the lifestyle that makes it their own.
More and more people want to just enjoy their city trip, rather than visiting every 'touristy' place. So, first things first: let's get some good food.
Global travel experts Mr & Mrs Smith showcase the very best hotel rooms around the world, from elegant country retreats to quirky hideaways and stylish city escapes
This breathtaking Namibia book by acclaimed photographer Michael Poliza captures some of the country’s most spectacular scenery.
A must-have for every adventurous globetrotter with a passion for the sea and water.
This volume takes the reader on a journey of discovery to enchanting vacation destinations whose architecture and interior design guarantee perfect vacations.
Spend your holidays in tiny huts, cabins, treehouses, and houseboats in remote places.
Featuring 295 handpicked properties with glorious photographs and behind-the-scenes stories.
This photo book brings together 164 photographs he took on his travels through India.
In this definitive retrospective of his work in Afghanistan, Steve McCurry has curated over 140 gripping images.
Documentation of Delhi-based Sikka's travels throughout Kashmir in 2014 and 2015.
Poliza’s photos will make you long for sunshine and the sea A fresh and unexpected view of the island.
Destinations and Adventures from the Golden Age of Travel. This volume will awaken feelings of both nostalgia and wanderlust.
Made by MENDO, Depart tells the story of the new photographer. One who is always on the move, equipped with a camera and outfitted with a big dash of courage.
Stunning photos and informative descriptions of the flagships of 20 top shipyards.
Surf Odyssey documents the modern cult of surfing as its own subculture and way of life.
A collection of outdoor adventures and the vehicular travel companions and equipment that make them possible.
Explore the lives of everyday people in extraordinary settings, by world-famous photographer Steve McCurry.
Not a book about glitz but rather an upbeat survey of products and ideas built to treasure and last.
A special glimpse of privilege under a bright and beaming sky, whether on sandy shore, snowy slope, or elegant home where cares are few.