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Frankl’s Autobiography Wins Book Design Award

look-inside-Frankl2Earlier this year, our latest title Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography was selected as one of the five most beautiful books designed in Austria in 2013! (Die Schoensten Buecher Oesterreichs 2013)

We would like to take a moment to thank and congratulated our talented designer Peter Duniecki for his exceptional work on this compelling and beautiful book.

Barbara Lambrecht and design scholar Christopher Long.

Photos from March 2014 Frankl Events in Los Angeles

Our Press and VIP event was hosted by DOCOMOMO at the Historic Village Green. Last month, we were pleased to host Christopher Long, design scholar and editor Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography, and Paulette Frankl, the daughter of Paul Frankl, at a series of book events in Los Angeles and Santa Barbara.

We would like to take a moment and thank Steven Keylon and Katie Horak at DOCOMOMO for hosting a wonderfully intimate event with Christopher Long and Paulette Frankl at the historic Village Green in Baldwin Hills.

Lecture & Book Signings with Christopher Long & Paulette Frankl

Paul T. Frankl GalleriesWe are so excited to be hosting Christopher Long, the editor of Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography and Paulette Frankl, Paul T. Frankl’s daughter on March 3 through 8, 2014.

We have several wonderful lecture and book signing events planned during which art, architecture, and design enthusiasts will have a chance to meet Christopher Long and Paulette Frankl, ask questions, and purchase signed copies of this award winning new book.

Paul T. Frankl | Autobiography is the never-before published memoir of one of the pioneers of American modernism. You can learn more about this title and read reviews by visiting THIS PAGE.

The first issue of The Nomadic Journal

Liat Yossifor, The Americans, 2013Since the inception of DoppelHouse Press, we have wanted to launch a Journal in which we can explore the many topics that interest us. 2014 marks the first year of The Nomadic Journal. Our first issue features a conversation with painter Liat Yossifor and a film review by Seph Rodney.

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