Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers, and their American sister company Scala Arts Publishers, Inc., specialise in producing books for museums, galleries, libraries, heritage organisations, cathedrals and other religious sites. With offices in London and New York, they work with many of the most prestigious institutions in the world.
Established over thirty years ago, Scala has a reputation for providing a service that is as high-quality as its products. Offering all aspects of the publishing process and working closely with each institution, to tailor the service to the individual needs, creating books with the highest design and production values for sale on-site to visitors and worldwide as part of the list.
This year’s highlights include the publication of Robots, the catalogue accompanying the Science Museum’s blockbuster exhibition in London, as well as the new series of titles based on groundbreaking lectures – Lectures for The Wolfson Foundation’s 60th Anniversary and Sir Geoffrey Nice QC’s Justice for All. A flourishing list of cathedral and library titles, an exciting forthcoming list of e-books, and the ever popular Director’s Choice series will soon include over thirty-five titles from fourteen different countries.
Scala is continuing to grow, and over the next year looking forward to bringing the treasures from exciting institutions in the US, Europe, Asia, Australasia and the Middle East to a wider global audience.