Good architecture can be found across the world. The architectural guides by DOM publishers are far more than just studious architectural reference books – they are expedition guides into the unknown and give way to new perspectives on a sometimes foreign world. Furthermore, they help to understand that the architecture of a city is more than the sum of its attractions.
The Kyiv Architectural Guide presents over 100 buildings worth seeing from 100 years of the city's history, compiled by Ukrainian architectural historian Semen Shyrochyn.
Featuring almost 150 buildings, Architectural Guide Mumbai will give the reader an understanding of how Mumbai's present is layered with its fascinating past and of the development challenges facing the city as it strives to provide more sustainable living conditions for its inhabitants.
Lavishly illustrated, a must-read guidebook for architecture enthusiasts, travellers, and residents alike on the bustling capital of Bangladesh, Dhaka. Includes QR codes and detailed maps to help navigate the concrete jungle of this metropolis with its population of 22 million.
An exploration of the North African city that was once the heart of ancient civilisation and is now the capital of modern Egypt. As well as looking at more than 300 buildings, it takes the reader on 20 walks and excursions.
An architectural guide on Austria's capital of architecture, with outstanding examples of historical and contemporary architecture that range from the Renaissance Eggenberg Palace to the Kunsthaus.
The first guide on architecture of Tirana - the capital of Albania is a collection of 100 buildings that represent the construction of the city in the modern period.
An architectural guide describing over 160 buildings and city routes design to explore Lima by boat, car, train, bus, bicycle or on foot.
A guide on cosmopolitan, multi-ethnic port city known as the 'pearl of the Aegean' in the Ottoman Empire, exploring the diverse architectural heritage of the city through a selection of 265 buildings, among them the works of architects like Gustave Eiffel and Bruno Taut.