Cyril Mango, Ahmet Ertug
Ertug & Kocabiyik, 1997
This outstanding book captures the power and mystery of the greatest of Byzantine buildings. The text is by Dr Cyril Mango, an internationally respected authority on Byzantine art and architecture. Spectacular, large-format photography by Ahmet Ertug with views of the colossal inner space and detailed images of the building's mosaics and architectural features. Also included is a selection of remarkable 18th and 19th century drawings of Hagia Sophia.
230 Pages - English - 30 cm x 41 cm - 4.3 Kg
Ertug & Kocabiyik, 1999
This book places the reader in the midst of the extraordinary architectural spaces created by Sinan through the medium of the lens of Ahmet Ertug, whose camera focuses on the astonishing vision and creative talent of that architect. The text is by Dogan Kuban, a leading architectural historian and recognized specialist on Sinan.
266 Pages - English - 30 cm x 41 cm - 5.5 Kg
Ahmet Ertuğ, Mikhail Piotrovsky
Ertug & Kocabiyik, 2014
World renowned architectural photographer Ahmet Ertuğ has been invited by The State Hermitage Museum's Director General Mikhail Piotrovsky to photography the Hermitage and to publish a book to commemorate the 250th anniversary of its foundation. The clarity of the photography displays the outstanding qualities of the Hermitage, making this book a collector’s item.
200 Pages - English - 40 cm x 48 cm - 9 Kg (Packed)
Ahmet Ertug, Friedrich Krinzinger, Thierry Grillet
Ertug & Kocabiyik, 2009
This book offers a visual journey into the ancient libraries of Europe through the eyes of Ahmet Ertug. The book displays unique and magnificent libraries in Portugal, Spain, France, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Czech Republic, England and Ireland. A total of 30 historical libraries are presented in the book. This edition is limited to 400 hand-crafted, leather-bound volumes.
216 Pages - English - 33.5 cm x 3.4 cm x 41 cm - 20 Kg (Packed)
Charlotte Perriand is one of the most prominent figures of 20th century design. Alongside her contemporaries Le Corbusier and Pierre Jeanneret, she designed countless pieces, including the famous tilting chaise longue, considered to be masterpieces of furniture. Charlotte Perriand's complete work is divided into four volumes. This richly illustrated reference set (more than 5,000 images) sheds light on a very large number of innovations and allows us to precisely embrace the singular journey of this extraordinary creator. The first volume covers the period from 1903 to 1940 and looks back on Charlotte Perriand's youthful years: education, discovery of photography, the first development projects and the first furniture. It also helps to better understand the importance of his political commitment, determining in his artistic work. A true activist, Charlotte Perriand is passionate about prefabricated residential architecture, as evidenced by her architectural for leisure projects. It plays a decisive role in the emergence of a modern history of town planning, particularly within the UAM or the CIAM.
528 Pages - English - 24 cm x 4.2 cm x 31.3 cm - 3.1 Kg