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Brief Published: 13 Mar 2012

Moleskine: Inspiration and Process in Architecture


The latest offering from legendary Milanese notebook brand Moleskine is Inspiration and Process in Architecture – a new series of illustrated monographs dedicated to the process and insight into the creative minds of four contemporary architects.

Slowly expanding beyond its usual line of notebooks and city guides, the latest collection features Zaha Hadid, Giancarlo De Carlo, Bolled+Wilson and Alberto Kalach, whose stories are told through never-before-seen sketches, freehand drawings and personal notes.

The distinctive features of Moleskine notebooks – rounded corners, elastic closure and inside pocket – are all maintained. But this latest collection – following previous editions produced with The Philip Johnson Glasshouse in Connecticut, New York’s Museum of Modern Art and those celebrating the 40th anniversary of Woodstock music festival – marks Moleskine’s clear venture into the publishing world.