Ian Gow's majestic book is an unrivalled collection of Scotland's finest houses in their final golden age, before the destructive forces of the twentieth century swept so many away and emptied others of their contents.
Jeremy Musson explains the networks of friendship and patronage that lay behind the creation and regeneration of many Manor Houses presenting a portrait of one of England's most enduring visual legacies to the world. He illustrates the text with 200 photographs taken between 1897 and 1939.
Drawing on geography, cartography and historical oddities, Mark Ovenden explores what the city looks like from the bottom up. Surprising you with facts and exposing the strange beauty of our underneath realms, Underground Cities teaches us all, just how much goes on beneath our feet.
What does it mean to live against a wall? In this bold blend of travel and reportage, Marcello Di Cintio takes us to the world's most disputed edges to meet with those who live alongside the razor wire, concrete and steel.