Store Beverly Hills

Selected Quotations from International Media


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“…Doug offered me a bespoke walking tour of Beverly Hills -- a response, he told me, to the mass-market tour-bus rides that seem to entice people like his Midwestern relatives. His selection of shops and sights was thoughtful, elegant, and fun, such as the Philippe Starck-designed bookstore/gallery TASCHEN…” — CNN.com, United States
“If browsing is considered an art form, the TASCHEN store is a masterpiece.” — Dwell, San Francisco, United States
"Der großartige Buchladen des TASCHEN-Verlags ist ein architektonisches Juwel, gestaltet von Philippe Starck - unbedingt ansehen!" — Bogner Magazin, München, Germany
"When you walk into the TASCHEN bookstore in Beverly Hills, it feels as if you are entering the lavish private library of an art scholar. Illuminated shelves are lined with stunning and elaborate volumes on artists, architects, photographers and designers. The Philippe Starck-designed interior and ceilings adorned with commissioned murals create a contemporary yet elegant ambience." — Lee Kaplan owner of Arcana: Books on the Arts to the Los Angeles Times, Los Angeles, United States
"Whether it's due to the economy or the imminent influx of gorgeous new titles for fall, TASCHEN bookstores from coast to coast are having a fire sale this weekend. There are two locations in LA alone - one in Beverly Hills, and one at the Farmer's Market on Fairfax - featuring steep discounts on their archival treasures of art publishing, including artist spotlights and thematic tomes on everything from vintage album covers to the miracles of modern architecture. Clear off some shelf space at home, empty the truck, and prepare to do some heavy lifting." — Flavorpill.com, Los Angeles, United States
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TASCHEN Store Beverly Hills

354 N. Beverly Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
United States

Tel +1-310-274 4300
store-beverly@taschen.com

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  • Store's current bestsellers
Say a Little Prayer
Say a Little Prayer
10 card sets with 11 cards each in a plexiglas box, 2.4 x 3.3 in., 222 pages, $ 39.99

10 religions, 100 prayers, 100 icons. With this fresh, colorful approach to faith, world-renowned creative director Giovanni Bianco (GB65) reimagines prayer cards for ten spiritual traditions around the world. Each colorful card combines a beautiful icon or pattern with a prayer, teaching or insight, offering abundant opportunities for optimism, reflection and peace amid our fast-paced lives.

“To make mistakes and not change oneself is truly a mistake.”
—Confucius on learning, adapted from The Analects, Book 15
Los Angeles. Portrait of a City
Los Angeles. Portrait of a City
Hardcover, 9.8 x 13.4 in., 572 pages, $ 69.99

Rise and sprawl: how Los Angeles came to be. A pictorial history of the City of Angels
Keel's Simple Diary Volume Two (black)
Keel's Simple Diary Volume Two (black)
Flexicover with bookmark, 4.6 x 6.5 in., 136 pages, $ 15

Philipp Keel's Simple Diary™. The all-new installment of TASCHEN’s bestseller
Understanding the World. The Atlas of Infographics (Jumbo)
Understanding the World. The Atlas of Infographics
Hardcover with 7 fold-outs, 9.7 x 14.6 in., 456 pages, $ 69.99

This expansive publication follows up on TASCHEN's Information Graphics with more than 280 contemporary and vintage visualizations to help us understand our world, including seven fold-out spreads. Spanning the present state, and historical shaping, of society, culture, technology, economics and the environment, this is at once a showcase of the most outstanding data design work, and a fascinating digest of where and how we live.
Expanding Universe. Photographs from the Hubble Space Telescope
New Expanding Universe. Photographs from the Hubble Space Telescope
Hardcover with fold-outs, 11.8 x 11.8 in., 260 pages, $ 69.99

Swirling nebulae, exploding stars, and vast, fragile forms. Come face to face with some of the most breathtaking images from the Hubble Telescope's 25 year surveillance of space, from the massive Sombrero Galaxy to a comet striking Jupiter with the force of a thousand nuclear bombs.