Sunday, October 18, 2015

What's Coming to Hudson

What do Finding Home: Shelter Dogs and Their Stories, The Encyclopedia of Antique Carpets, The Dakota: A History of the World's Best Known Apartment Building, Let's Go Letter Hunting: A Field Guide for Typographic Expeditions, and a picture book for children called The Brownstone have in common? They are all books published by Princeton Architectural Press.

Princeton Architectural Press is a small publishing house which started out in 1981 in Princeton, New Jersey (hence the name), and is now headquartered on East 7th Street in New York City. On its website, the press describes itself in this way: "We publish fine books on architecture, design, photography, landscape, and visual culture. Our books are acclaimed for their strong and unique editorial vision, unrivaled design sensibility, and high production values at affordable prices."

Last month, it was announced that Princeton Architectural Press is moving part of its operation to 202-204 Warren Street, the "Brousseau Bldg," right here is Hudson.

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1 comment:

  1. That's good news. What started their journey to our shores?

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