"Paris Syndrome" is the first book in the City Syndrome series. It guides you through the City of Light's coolest neighbourhoods on a visual journey from Beaubourg to Belleville. Inside the 192-page book, the street names are given next to each of the 89 different photos, as well as the nearest metro station and arrondissement. But that’s all the info you get. You have to explore that street and that neighbourhood for yourself. This is a book for individual-thinking explorers.
If you're fed up of seeing the same old stock photos of the Eiffel Tower or the Champs-Elysées and want to see what the streets really look like, or if you like wandering off the beaten path and enjoy not always knowing where you'll end up next, then Paris Syndrome is for you.
Find London City Syndrome here
192 pgs, 17 × 13 cm, Hardback, 2014, 978-2-9548350-0-6