moleskine releases inspiration and process in architecture, an interesting new series of cloth-bound monographs that explores the design process of various contemporary architects from around the planet. the series is curated by francesca serranzanetti and matteo schubert, and as the title implies, it provides an intimate look into the creative process of an architect and emphasizes the value of freehand drawing as part of the creative process. the first monograph series consists of four editions, each featuring interviews, biographies and images from a different architect: zaha hadid, giancarlo de carlo, bolles+wilson and alberto kalach.
the spine of each book is covered in cloth, and front and back cover in grey cardboard while moleskine's signature aesthetics such as the round corners, elastic band and handy inner pocket. each book is designed to allow 180 degrees flat opening, so you can enjoy the high-quality images on a warm matt paper. you fancy? then click [here] to order yours.
© moleskine - drawings by giancarlo de carlo from moleskine's new monograph series