There is something very special about a stack of good books—especially one that incorporates a mix of the old and new, the visual and literary. Books bring the personal, grounding, and inspiring into a space. With this in mind, we set out to curate the perfect library, stack by stack. Each hand-selected mix of titles, including some rare and vintage, is sourced in collaboration with the Los Angeles-based Maison Plage.
Curated to be as visually pleasing as it is to dive into, we call this one the Sunshine Stack: a collection of eight rich yellow hue-bound stories about travel, art, photography and food. These stacked books include — Henry Moore; Estella; The Monocle Book of Italy; Slim Aarons Women; Saint Tropez by Osma Harvilahti LV; Francois Halard; The Artist in His Studio; and Holiday: The Best Magazine That Ever Was.
The Sunshine Book Stack Includes:
The Artist In His Studio by Alexander Liberman
Holiday The Best Magazine That Ever Was by Pamela Fiori & Franck Durand
Francois Halard: A Visual Diary by Francois Halard
Slim Aarons: Women by Slim Aarons
Henry Moore: From the Inside Out by Claude Allemand-Cosneau (Editor), Manfred Fath (Editor), David Mitchinson (Editor)
The Monocle Book of Italy by Tyler Brûlé (Author), Nolan Giles (Author), Joe Pickard (Author), Andrew Tuck (Author)
Saint Tropez Osma Harvilahti LV