Images Publishing is the world leader among architecture and design publishing houses, providing a global-reaching platform for the world’s best architects and designers to inspire their peers to greatness, by providing the best and most sustainable urban habitats and built environments, while satisfying an innovative and contemporary, yet timeless, aesthetic for good design.


Another reason to visit the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016

June 27, 2016

The Frankfurt Book Fair, one of the leading book industry events for 2016, will open its door on October 19th. The fair boasts a fanfare of industry professionals from all over the world, and the Images Publishing team will feature among their ranks.  IMAGES has provided exceptional books on design and architecture for over three decades and has been represented at Frankfurt for many years.  It’s a place where we are able to catch up with old friends and colleagues and meet new friends and forge new business relationships. IMAGES is moving forward and creating new opportunities with electronic media and expanding its title range to include many academic publications, as well as highly illustrated coffee-table books on architecture, interiors and design. Why...

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Gehry in Sydney book launch

May 27, 2016

Sydney recently broke with a surge of excitement when it was announced that world-renowned architect Frank O Gehry had been commissioned to design the Dr Chau Chak Wing Building for the UTS (the University of Technology Sydney). As one of the most influential architects of this generation, there were many who, along with the city’s architecture and design communities, were understandably abuzz with anticipation. Gehry is famous for many iconic buildings. Works to date include the Dancing Building in Prague, the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in Spain, the Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles, and the Peter B. Lewis Library Building at Princeton University. The design for his first building in Australia is unlike anything he has previously constructed. The...

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