A collection of texts about architecture in the Arab world, The Arab City refutes stereotypes and complicates facile interpretations of Middle-Eastern architecture. The design is confident and blunt while remaining refined and academic, using tropes of both classical typesetting and crude sans-serif typography. The cover references Arab architecture and ornamentation while suggesting reinterpretation and reconsideration of tradition. Published by Columbia Books on Architecture and the City. With Sean Yendrys.