Since 150 Bars You Need to Visit Before You Die came out in 2018, more than 17,000 copies have been sold. Time for an updated version, with no less than 50 new bars. Discover which bars you must visit worldwide for their delicious cocktails, unique interiors or authentic atmosphere. Sommelier and spirits connoisseur Jurgen Lijcops once again takes you on a trip/bar crawl around the world and also gives you the best cocktail recipes en cours de route.
The Lazy Frenchie in New York is a must have for Instagram addicts that love New York. It is a colorful, photocentric guidebook that uses popular hashtags as captions: #AvocadoToast, #CoffeeBreak, #VintageMarket, #DateNight, #StreetArtIsEverywhere, #IHaveThisThingWithFloors, etc. It will cater to tourists and locals alike.
This Guide to Rubens in Antwerp takes you to all the different places in the city where the work of Peter Paul Rubens can be seen. You can visit his house and workshop, where he created his great masterpieces. You can walk past the homes of his friends Balthasar Moretus and Nicolaas Rockox. You can admire his paintings in the historic churches for which they were made.
Learn about Rubens the man and the fascinating world of the Baroque.
Walk an easy-to-follow route to discover all the Rubens sites of interest in Antwerp.
Relive the pleasure of your visit thanks to the book's many coloured photographs.
300 adresses pour (re)découvrir Los Angeles !
Guide photos qui utilise les hashtags hype : #BrunchSpot, #CoffeeBreak, #VintageMarket, #DrinkWithAView, #DreamBeach, etc.
Que vous soyez touriste ou résident, si, vous aussi, vous aimez les cafés et restos cool, les endroits funky, le street art original, les espaces verts romantiques et les magasins vintage, ce guide est fait pour vous !
At the end of the nineteenth century, Brussels architects reacted against academicism with a new movement, called Art Nouveau. Victor Horta's style was more organic, while Paul Hankar preferred more geometric designs. Together they developed a style of architecture, that would soon become internationally famous.
In just 15 years, from 1893 onwards, hundreds of Art Nouveau buildings popped up across Brussels. Initially, the great innovators took the lead, but soon their assistants and other imitators, who were also inspired, in the early nineteenth century, by the Viennese Secession and other trends in European Art Nouveau followed suit.
Initially, this style perfectly corresponds with the ambitious of the industrial upper middle class. They wanted to leave their mark on the urban landscape with this new and often exuberant architecture. Gradually, larger groups of the population started to also use the Art Nouveau style for very different purposes, including schools, social housing, townhouses, warehouses, a house of the people...
This guide suggests nine walks, in various neighbourhoods around Brussels, allowing you to discover the many different facets of Art Nouveau in architecture. Learn more about the personality of several leading architects and decorative techniques, like sgraffito. The author also interviewed several owners, conservators or restorers of Art Nouveau buildings, who are helping to preserve this exceptional heritage.
"The world of Fashion & Beauty holds no secrets for Anne Poelmans. She was head stylist of the Belgian edition of Elle magazine for eight years, coordinated the Elle website for three years, collaborated with the Belgian edition of Vogue, and is now a freelance fashion & beauty director. She has carried over her passions into her beauty web shop www.biotylab.com.
As a child, Anne grew up in Ibiza, which explains her special connection with the island. Her love of Ibiza is so great (and sharing is caring) that she also shares some splendid hot spots through gorgeous pictures.
Careful, though: this visually stimulating book will very likely make you want to visit the island. It radiates a summer vibe through its images of the interiors so beautiful, architectural feats so impressive, and bays so blue you will actually think you are there. Fine taste bundled into more than 200 pages of fun!"
- More than a simple travel guide, this is a book filled with splendid photos and is a must-have for all lovers of Japan - By scanning the QR code, you can access the updated online guide to find out about all the places of interest nearby when you are traveling in the country A new travel guide to Japan, illustrated by extraordinary photos, that avoids clichés while exploring the country's mythical places. Admire Tokyo in all of its tranquility, Kyoto under the charm of the geishas, Osaka full of tumult, but also Mount Fuji and many other must-see destinations. Going beneath the surface, Nicolas Wauters describes the Japanese way of life, their traditions and their festivals. The images are accompanied by a QR code that allows access to constantly updated data. No need to search in the pages of your book, you are geolocated and nearby places of interest are immediately displayed.
Une sélection sans concession de restaurants new-yorkais, où un « Must eat » est chaque fois proposé. Plus de 100 adresses recommandées par le foody Luc Hoornaert.
Legendarisch portret van Istanbul.
Een uniek portret van Turkijes legendarische stad, door de ogen van grote fotografen (Ara Güler, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, Henri Cartier-Bresson) en hun jonge collega's (Ali Taptik, Ahmet Polat, Bieke Depoorter) en een sterke selectie beeldende kunstenaars. Imagine Istanbul toont de artistieke fascinatie voor Turkijes meest legendarische stad. Istanbuls fotografen vormen de rode draad, met als centrale figuur de grote Ara Güler, 'The Eye of Istanbul'. Rondom hem andere hedendaagse fotografen maar ook auteurs, cineasten, muzikanten en beeldende kunstenaars, met zowel bestaand als nieuw werk.
A perfect guide for those who want to become familiar with established values, new addresses and upcoming greatness.
More than 100 tips from the 'restaurant whisperer' Luc Hoornaert.
With beautiful characteristic photos by top photographer Kris Vlegels.
New title in the very successful Must Eat series.
As a genuine foodie, listomaniac Luc Hoornaert knows the culinary side of the City of Lights like the back of his hand. Together with photographer Kris Vlegels, he presents the greatest spots for tasting the best of the French and international kitchens that Paris has to offer. The locations continue to amaze. In spite of being multi-faceted, all the spots have several things in common: authenticity, devotion, genuine top ingredients and a no-nonsense approach.
Amsterdam is more than just the Jordaan, the ring of canals and the red light district. Did you know that the capital city of the Netherlands has the largest number of different nationalities in the world? This melting pot is also reflected in its culinary arena, turning Amsterdam into a number one destination for foodies. Professional foodie and listomaniac Luc Hoornaert shows you his favourite spots for tasting the world in this cosmopolitan city.
Places that individually excel in what they offer, whether it's veal croquettes, ice cream or hot dogs. Places with a story and with people who are totally devoted to bringing out the best in their superb ingredients in order to enhance the essence of every dish. Places that even amaze culinary superstars. In short, an unconventional selection of in some cases bizarre, but always special and authentic restaurants and eateries where the focus is on the speciality of the house, the 'Must Eat'.
If you think innovation comes primarily from the business world...
If you think city making can only be done by public administrations...
If you think sustainability is for tree huggers...
The future is the result of what we all create together. Change makers are the innovators of our time. Change the World City by City shines a light on their work by focusing on transition initiatives in five European cities. These initiatives aim to make the world a better place by changing the way we think, act and co-operate.
At first glance, their transformative capacity might be tiny in a world dominated by large-scale corporations and powerful vested interests. Yet when you dive deeper, you will discover that making the future happens organically, everywhere, all the time, that urban innovation does not thrive on competition but on collaboration and that the work to make this world a better place starts with ourselves and not with others.
There is a house in Antwerp where every object and every texture has been chosen for a reason. In this book, we tell you the story of Graanmarkt 13 through the talents and passions of the people who helped build it, the rich history and vibrant culture of the city it is a part of, and a carefully curated selection of the beautiful materials you will find inside it. This book is a token of the growing friendship between Graanmarkt 13 and Cereal magazine - when it came to asking someone to help us create it, we knew we could ask no one else.
"Lifestyle journalist Veerle Helsen went 'out-of-office' for six months, bought an old camper and travelled by herself along the Spanish and Portuguese coastline. Ever true to her motto ""surf, see, sleep & eat"", she combines three of her passions in this book: surfing, travelling and discovering hidden gems. How about a heavenly holiday mansion where there's a tree growing through the roof? Or an architectural public swimming pool that's hidden between rocks and the sea? She searched and found camper spots so quiet she could stay there for days without seeing another soul. Secret beaches that aren't indicated on the map where one can sit back and watch the waves.
Veerle Helsen dismisses the classic tourist image of Spain and Portugal and writes about a completely different world: untouched, fierce and free, with little beach bars serving the very fish they caught earlier that day, and roads wrapping themselves around cliffs and dunes, sheltered by pine trees and maintaining the vi ew of sandcastles on the beach. While she drove, her drone was beside her on the passenger seat and her surf board was on the roof.
This guide transcends the clichés and avoids the classic tourist traps. 'Sea' you soon!".
Following 150 Bars, 150 Restaurants, 150 Hotels, 150 Houses and 150 Gardens, 150 Golf Courses You Need to Visit Before You Die is the newest addition to the successful 150 series. Here are the most beautiful golf courses in the world presented in a handy and handsomely illustrated guide. The golf courses bundled in this book are located all over the world and can be found along coastlines, in the mountains, in deserts, and along lakes, and they are all accessible to the public. "When great golf courses meet the world's most stunning land forms, it makes for the most epic experience in the game." - GolfPass
At the beginning of 2015 Tom Vandenberghe and Luk Thys returned to Bangkok, back to where their street food adventure began. Following their first street food book collaboration, seven years ago, the series has now grown to include Hanoi, Singapore & Penang and New York street food, an internationally acclaimes collection. The phenomenon of street food has in the meantime spread, and become well established worldwide. Now with a wealth of experience behind them, the time was ripe for Tom and Luk to go back and once again immerse themselves in some of that Bangkok atmosphere. With a happy sense of re-acquaintance with the familiar, their return visit to the Thai metropolis proved to be both an aducational and enriching experience.
Culinary explorer Tom Vandenberghe and food photographer Luk Thys journey to Japan for new tales of cooking and travel! With their eye for authenticity and a nose for delicious dishes, they stroll the bustling cities of Tokyo, Fukuoka and Osaka in their quest for culinary discoveries.
Accompanied by Miho and Tomoko - two ladies with Japanese cooking in their genes - Tom and Luk share their most remarkable findings, the hottest addresses and the tastiest Japanese dishes. Immerse yourself in Japan's inspirational culture and gastronomy.
- First published in 2018, this ode to the streets and people of New York has been reprinted with a new trim size and a new price - The energy and buzz of the city captured by a Dutch-born photographer in full color images The photographer Richard Koek is a visual storyteller with a gift for being in the right place at the right time. For this book, he turns his gaze to the people and streetscapes of New York, capturing the diversity and energy of the city that inspires so many to come here to realize their dreams. These are photos of real New Yorkers, night and day, at work and at play, in their neighborhoods, at their jobs, and on the street. The city itself, from glass fronted buildings to sidewalk food stands, reflects the tenacity and spirit of the people who call the Big Apple home. «Richard has a unique eye for the still astonishing diversity of New Yorkers, natives or transplants. A transplant himself, there's no denying the power of Richard's personal vision of the city he has made his home. His evident talent and the works' singularity speak for themselves." - Julia Gruen, Executive Director, Keith Haring Foundation, New York