Turn your Paperscapes book into a work of art and the perfect gift.
Featuring 50 beautiful illustrations and innovative paper design, New York (Paperscapes) is both a book and a lovely decoration that you can proudly display.
The press-out sections allow you to reveal the outlines of each building, creating the familiar cityscape of New York. Accompanying each illustration is an authoritative and compelling description that covers the key facts and history of New York's most striking architecture, allowing readers to explore the city in a way they never have before.
Dr Tom Wilkinson is History Editor of the Architectural Review and Leverhulme Early Career Fellow at the Warburg Institute. He is the author of Bricks and Mortals: Ten Great Buildings and the People They Made, which was longlisted for the Guardian First Book Award and was translated into five languages. He has curated lecture series at the Royal Academy and Soane Museum, and is co-director of New Architecture Writers.
Paperscapes: the book that transform into a work of art. Whether you're interested in reading a classic from Lewis Carroll, exploring the cityscape of London or learning about plants and animals, Paperscapes books offer everything a traditional book would, and then uses innovative design and beautiful illustrations to let readers turn their book into a work of art.