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Happy Architecture and Design Month!

The autumn trees redesigning their color scheme. The pumpkin spice latte you sip from your Frank Lloyd Wright mug. The crisp smell of architecture in the air. It’s always the little things that let you know it’s Archtober.

Architecture and Design Month, a.k.a. Archtober, is underway in New York City, complete with a full slate of activities, programs, and events. To mark the occasion, Abbeville Press will be hosting a booth at the first-ever Designers & Books fair on Saturday, October 27 and Sunday, October 28. Located at the Fashion Institute of Technology, the fair will feature 123 designers, 34 publishers, and a huge selection of beautiful art books available for sale.

We invite you to stop by our booth and browse Abbeville titles ranging from Great American Houses and Antonio Gaudi: Master Architect to 21st Century Hotel and Designing with Light. When you see us, be sure to wish us a happy Archtober. (It’s pronounced “ARK-tober” as in architecture, not “ARCH” as in arches, so don’t make that classic mistake.)

If you’d like to get a head start on browsing, you can check out Abbeville’s Designers & Books page or explore more of our Architecture, Design & Decorative Arts, and Interior Design & Lifestyle offerings at Abbeville.com.