Artifice books on architecture (est. 2011) is an independent publishing house based in London that makes books about architecture, urbanism, and design. We work with an international selection of independent studios, larger firms, scholars, and institutions within a start-to-finish collaborative module to produce high quality books that transcend disciplinary constraints to address 21st century architecture's most topical concerns, including: urbanism and the landscape, environmental and ecological concerns, the arts and culture, as well as science, education, and technology.
We take pride in the accessibility of our books in the publishing trade, stocking our titles at not only general interest bookshops like Barnes and Noble, Waterstones, and Foyles, but also specialist shops like Artwords, Rizzoli, Walther Koenig, and The Strand, as well as museums, institutions, and universities like the Louvre, MoMA, Serpentine, the New Museum, Vancouver Art Gallery, Tate Modern and Britain, and the Whitechapel Gallery; the AA, RIBA, and more.
If you're interested in the idea of working on a book together, or if you'd like to know more, get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org