This series focuses on particular ruins or abandoned regions with a special historic and artistic interest. The aim is to show unique perspectives on the subject of obsolete and vanishing architecture, which can consist of documentations, history, speculation, fiction, or personal experiences. Our first three books, released simultaneously in November 2010, highlight sites in New York state; future publications will expand to include other areas as well.

All books have a consistent format with 60 pages and color/black&white photos. We are grateful to the New York State Council for the Arts for providing us with a grant to start off this project.

Books in this series include:

-  The End of New York by Jean Kahler and Jessica Rowe
-  Grossingers: City of Refuge and Illusion by Jonathan Haeber
-  Elevator Alley by Michael Cook and Andrew Emond