|Angkor Wat, Cambodia (January 2011) by John Pawson; image via Phaidon|
British architect John Pawson has written a new book for Phaidon, due out next month. Called A Visual Inventory, the book is a compilation of 272 photographs selected by Pawson from his personal archive - intended to act as a source guide for inspiration.
|Sample pages from A Visual Inventory by John Pawson, via Phaidon|
Minimum, a critically-acclaimed guide to the Minimalist aesthetic published in 1996.