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  • Dark Space: Architecture, Representation, Black Identity


    This collection of essays by architect Mario Gooden investigates the construction of African American identity and representation through the medium of architecture. These five texts move between history, theory, and criticism to explore a discourse of critical spatial practice engaged in the constant reshaping of the African Diaspora.

  • Sour Grapes


    Irreverent, opinionated, always amusing, Pendock probes incisively beneath the tannic skin of the wine world. This book gives a refreshingly sceptical view of the entourage of wine commentators – the VIPs, the writers, the connoisseurs and the amateurs, the charlatans and the experts, the professionals and the detractors – the people who really make our local wines tick.

  • Stellenberg Gardens


    Stellenberg, the story of a garden This superbly elegant book tells the story of one of South Africa’s most loved and admired gardens. It’s also the story of a historic and beautiful house, a uniquely preserved example of Cape Dutch architecture.

  • The Impossible Five: In Search of South Africa’s Most Elusive Mammals


    In a humorous, original, off-beat adventure story, Justin travels around Africa in search of these forgotten animals. Along the way he meets some very weird characters, and other absurd mammals.

  • Tulip


    In this book, Celia Fisher traces the story of this important and highly popular plant, from its mountain beginnings to its prevalence in the gardens of Mughal, Persian, and Ottoman potentates; from its migration across the Silk Road to its explosive cultivation in the modern European world.