Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd
The first comprehensive publication about the remarkable Sudeley Castle, tracing over 1,000 years of illustrious history from the time of King Aethelred the Unready through the castle's Tudor heyday and its 19th century restoration.
This fascinating illustrated history reveals the significant discoveries and detailed account of the conservation programme coordinated by World Monuments Fund of the majestic Osmania University College for Women, Hyderabad.
The first comprehensive history of the Villa Wolkonsky, one of Rome's hidden treasures, and since 1944 the residence of the British ambassador.
The Sydney Opera House is an Australian icon. With wonderful photography, this guidebook traces the turbulent, yet ultimately triumphant history of Australia's most famous building.
A pocket-sized guide to the Burrell Collection, one of the UK's finest art museums, recently reopened after an extensive refurbishment, with new galleries and facilities.
Provides a lively insight into the fascinating history of one of London's most iconic landmarks, featuring colourful characters and little-known facts about the much-loved bridge.
A guide to Frank Lloyd Wright's finest example of 'Usonian' architecture, intended to bring quality design to everyday American families in the post-Depression era.
Following on from "Cathedrals of the Church of England", this book explores a comprehensive range of religious institutions, from parish churches in the heart of village communities to the grandeur of King's College Chapel, Cambridge.