Hotels of Pyongyang
James Scullin, Nicole Reed
Publisher: Astral Horizon Press
Hotels Of Pyongyang takes the reader to North Korea, one of the world’s most isolated countries, and captures the surprising variety of its architecture and design in the hotels in its capital city, from brutalist Soviet to modern shining marble, in a luxurious and revealing volume containing over 150 beautiful photographs.
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Despite being one the world’s most authoritarian and isolated countries, North Korea’s doors remain open to tourists, who spend downtime in Pyongyang’s architecturally beguiling hotels, dining in grand banquet halls, belting out numbers in kitsch karaoke rooms, and taking in the evening view from one of the revolving restaurants. Asia specialist and podcast host James Scullin has collaborated with photographer Nicole Reed to create Hotels of Pyongyang, capturing the surprising variety of North Korean architecture and design, from historic brutalist Soviet to modern shining marble, in a luxuriously designed and printed volume with over 150 beautiful photographs, and four in-depth essays.
|Dimensions||25 × 310 × 225 mm|