See what the critics are saying...

“A rare blend of grace, power and vision, Mello had an uncanny knack for spotting and nurturing design talent, reviving brands to fashion prominence and succeeding in a male-dominated industry.” –Women’s Wear Daily

“The Intangible is overwhelmingly beautiful and pleasurable–a masterful work.” –House Beautiful

“One thing it proves? There are perks to waiting for your debut. A combination of featured homes, essays on Joyce’s various creative outlets, and a retrospective introduction that outlines his career beginnings make for a holistic representation of a creative force whose work spans many fields.” –Architectural Digest

“You’ll want to jump right in – but don’t skip the introduction. Joyce (did you know he won an Emmy?) talks about his unusual career path and describes all aspects of his work including product design.” –Traditional Home

“In this compelling book, which reads in part like an autobiography, the reader comes away knowing how he designs, what he thinks about design, and why his loyal clients continue to commission him.” –Milieu

“Ruttenberg explores the relationship between the natural worlds and humans through a feminist perspective and brings her world of fantastical dreams to life.” – The Cut

"…feast your eyes on the unique, lovely objects this unapologetic collector has found for his two homes in France.” –People

“Mark Epstein designs personal experiences, not just interiors. Whether composing decor or appetizers, the New York-based designer is lauded for his ability to set the scene.” –1stDibs

“It’s a great book to pour over, but perhaps even better as–you guessed it–a gift.” –Town & Country

“…the book features essays and stunning photography of Cicio’s Litchfield County home and the beautiful gifts bestowed by his influential friends.” –Connecticut Cottages & Gardens

“The well-paced book skillfully mixes rides, family souvenirs and thoughts about movies stirred by days behind the wheel. Inside a yellow taxi you learn a lot about New Yorkers. –Voices of NY

“From the most primitive as a tree branch, to the most sophisticated, jewel-like, the story of a man is told in spoons. Artistic director of the concept store Merci and author of the book Spoon, Daniel shares with us his passion for this object and its uses.” –Vivre Cote Paris

“The book’s graphics are breathtaking for kitchenalia fanatics like me – the words are few, the photos are intense spoon porn.” –Dan’s Papers

"This year's most sophisticated book on architecture and interior design." –Forbes

“Brings together some of [Susan Wood’s] most iconic photographs, tracing a visual history of feminine influence and power in the workplace in the United States.” –Buzzfeed

“The book’s graphics are breathtaking for kitchenalia fanatics like me–the words are few, the photos are intense spoon porn.” –Dan’s Papers

“A fascinating look at the moral values of a bygone era–as seen through its entertainment.” –Fast Co. Design

“Reflecting on the past 10 years of showhouses, the book highlights the talents of top interior designers.” –CTC&G

"[...]there's intent behind her work, and a global-mindedness that until recently was rare in her profession." –Surface

"...sets a new standard for opulence." –Departures

"The featured spaces showcase De Giulio's expert ability to wed refinement and functionality." –Architectural Digest

"Vladimir Kagan helped define mid-century modernism." –Elle Decor

"Among the plethora of monographs available on decorative objects, one subject has been overlooked: the furnitures designs of Eero Saarinen." –The New York Times

"I couldn't help but be romanced by Mr. Zervudachi's nuanced palette." –World of Interiors

"The most incredible throw pillows you've ever seen." –Architectural Digest

"Artfully demonstrates with over 350 photographs that being green doesn't mean you can't be stylish too." –The New York Post

"Offers a peek inside the offices at some of the city's most stylish working pups." –Architectural Digest

"A triumph[...]the photos capture the impermanence of all things..." –The Wall Street Journal

"A rich tangle of sass, success, and backlash..." –The New York Times

"A gorgeously illustrated tribute to the grandfather of British fashion." –Vogue

"As much as Tiffany explores Lambert's achievements, the book also paints a picture of the evolution of American fashion in the 20th century–with eye candy in the form of pictures, including Halston, Bill Blass, Giorgio di Sant'Angelo and Donald Brooks." –Women's Wear Daily

"...a rare and unedited image of the sentiments and the life of this renowned Mexican artist." –Harper's Bazaar

"The new book Monsieur Dior is a gorgeous, and honest, look at Christian Dior’s work and inner circle." –Architectural Digest

"The printing is such good quality you can hazard a good guess at what is velvet, what is real silk, what is printed, and what brocaded." –World of Interiors

"Fascinating." –The New York Times

"A gorgeous homage to the Ackermans." –LA Magazine

"Hot in the '80s, Sue Timney is back with this inspiring look at her art and interiors." –House Beautiful

"A candid exploration of the people and places that have influenced Mr. Wanzenberg as an architect and a man..." –The New York Times

"Fascinating and insightful." –Architectural Digest

"Suzanne Slesin has edited another gorgeous tome." –Vogue

"Peckolick is one of the great icons of American typography." –The Huffington Post

"Susan Roy pairs illustrations with incisive commentary to reveal just how deluded we used to be about prepping for the all-too-thinkable nuclear attack." –The Oprah Magazine

"Astonishing and spooky." –The Hollywood Reporter