Beginning with the first list in 1995, William Stout Publishers has built an international reputation for bringing important out-of-print source books back into print, and shining light on overlooked architects and landscape designers such as Louis Sullivan and R.M. Schindler, as well as publishing important new additions to the literature of architecture. Strategic working partnerships with UC-Berkeley, North Carolina State University, Rice University, The University of Virginia, and the California College of Arts enrich these offerings. Their backlist holds a wealth of publications for architects, university and general bookstores, librarians, designers, and anyone interested in the world of modern architecture and design. They continue to publish books that document, explore, and inspire new thinking about the ways our built environment not only is shaped by, but significantly shapes, our human experience.
New Tendency is an interdisciplinary design company based in Berlin. Its portfolio consists of original products and collaborations with selected designers, always following an holistic approach: Products by the design company are characterized by conceptual design, clear aesthetics and functional form, as well as handcrafted regionally. Ranging from furniture to accessories this creative and technical consistency has been awarded with the German Design Nominee 2013 and Interior Innovation Award 2014 (SHIFT Shelf) and featured within numerous internationally recognized publications and specialist magazines.
New Tendency’s products are available at retailers, institutions and business partners around the world: in Munich, Frankfurt, Monaco, London, Seoul and Tokyo, amongst others.
Focused on built, social and cultural landscapes at all scales, we work to establish the conditions for architects and planners to create more equitable, sustainable and well-designed environments. The Buffalo School is the only school of architecture and planning within the 64-campus State University of New York (SUNY) system. We invite you to learn more about the life and programs of the school.
Hawkins New York was born out of a palpable void in the lifestyle market for quality, accessible, home goods. Citing a lack of range in small-scale home goods production, Hawkins was founded on the aim to incorporate the concept of artisanal collective production, while maintaining a modern sensibility in design.
In 1959 the Galimberti brothers started up a handcrafts workshop that they called Flexform by Galimberti. They made sofas and upholstered chairs that ended up in beautiful buildings in Milan and villas in Lake Como. Their children in the 1960s transformed the workshop into an industry and in 1967 the company went public. Decades have been spent working on the overall quality of the product, innovating technique, and honing taste. Flexform is now one of the most sought after and renowned furniture brands in Italy and around the world. It features clean, simple lines, with elegant and adaptable solutions for living in comfort and style. Flexform has renowned designers on their team including Antonio Citterio, Carlo Columbo, Joe Colombo, and Paolo Nava.