Princeton Architectural Press
|Parent company||McEvoy Group|
|Country of origin||United States|
|Headquarters location||New York, New York|
|Nonfiction topics||architecture and design|
Princeton Architectural Press is a small press publisher that specializes in architecture and design books, with over 500 titles on its backlist. It was founded in 1981 by Kevin Lippert in Princeton, New Jersey, where Lippert was then studying architecture at Princeton University. In 1985, it moved to New York City, where it now has its offices in the East Village. It is not related to the Princeton University Press.
Since 1996, Princeton Architectural Press has been distributed in the Americas by Chronicle Books. It was part of the German publishing group Springer Science+Business Media from 1997 to 2009. In early 2010 Lippert reacquired Springer's shares. In 2011, Princeton Architectural Press was acquired by the McEvoy Group, and PAP became a sister company to Chronicle Books.
- Danny Heitman, "Small presses release some of the best books around", The Christian Science Monitor, January 10, 2014.
- "37 E 7th St", Princeton Architectural Press (FAQ page)(accessed 2015-07-01).
- "NYC Explosion Temporarily Relocates Princeton Architectural Press", Publishers Weekly, Apr 1, 2015.
- Sharon Deng, "'Gray areas': Who can use the 'Princeton' name?", The Daily Princetonian, May 11, 2014.
- Jim Milliot, "Princeton Architectural Press Moving Skyward", Publishers Weekly, January 3, 2000.
- "McEvoy Group Buys Princeton Architectural Press", Publishers Weekly, Feb 14, 2011.
- Princeton Architectural Press website
- "Building Books: PAPress" (interview with PAPress Publisher Kevin Lippert), Archinect, December 3, 2004.
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