Illustrator Kerstin Heymach took pencils and crayons and accompanied climate researchers to the arctic circle. She captured their work in a slow method with a rich tradition. The resulting documentation holds its own in an age of global torrents of pictures and provides highly topical scientific findings and insights into the research through interviews with the scientists.
Award-winning French photographer Pascal Maitre travelled 27 times to a magic world – the world of the baobabs of Madagascar. His work is just as unique as the trees themselves, which are sacred to many people.
Lucie International Photography Awards 2017, 3rd Place in Book/Nature
Soft, mild, sensual! An infinite landscape park, a geometric pattern in winter and in spring during the bloom of 200 000 trees pure magic. This part of the Mostviertel in Lower Austria seen through the lens of a top photographer makes you believe that this must be the most beautiful landscape in the world.
International Photography Awards Honorable Mention 2012
German Garden Book Prize 2013 - Best Picture Book, 2nd place
Golden Pixel Award 2012
New out now - the 2nd edition of the superlative garden book by the Scientist of the Year 2012! Bold and of extraordinary beauty. Drowing in flowers! Georg Grabherr is one of the most influential conservation biologists. His garden has developed into an ecologic gem where the idea of "nature in the garden" has been realized in exemplary manner.
Gorgeous and captivating images, full of magic and fascination. For 30 years French photographer PASCAL MAITRE, who works for big-name magazines such as GEO or National Geographic put this most exciting continent on his photographic agenda.
A must have and gift book for cat lovers. An excellent archeologist and a renowned photographer take an unusual look at one of the most spectacular archaeologic sites and present its inhabitants - the cats of Ephesos.
His trailblazing theses are still valid today, he coined terms like atmosphere, hydro-, litho- and biosphere, Tethys and Gondwana-Land. In mesmerizing photographs and reflections on the man and his work, written by top geologists of our time, this book pays homage to Eduard Suess, the pioneer of geosciences and 'father of modern geology', on the centenary of his death.
Maria Teschler-Nicola, Ernst Vitek, Helmut Wellendorf, Dominique Zimmermann Edited by: Andreas Schwab Photos: Lois Lammerhuber 24 x 32 cm, 400 pages, 204 photos German, hardbound in a slipcase ISBN: 978-3-901753-17-6 Oktober 2009
"An extraordinary publisher that captures unsung stories and presents them without stereotypes or inhibitions," argued the international jury at the FEP Book Prize 2017. For the third time in a row Edition Lammerhuber was voted Best Publisher.
On 31 March 2017 a lot of people attended with great interest the opening reception of the travelling exhibition Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace: The Doughboys, 1917-1918 by Michael St Maur Sheil at World War I Museum and Memorial in Kansas City, USA. The book Fields of Battle, Lands of Peace 1914 – 1918 to accompany the exhibition was sold out quickly.
The international jury praised Schätzle’s sensitive approach to “capture late moments of consolation, tenderness and intimacy in the lives of those who have been stalked by a horrific history, late moments of happiness in a traumatized life after survival”.
Peter Bauza's „Copacabana Palace“ was awarded at the prestigious Visa d’or Feature Award at Visa pour l’Image on Friday, September 2, 2016. The 2016 Arthus-Bertrand Visa d’or awards go to the best reports published between September 2015 and August 2016.
On 1 June 2016 the exhibition Fields of Battle - Lands of Peace: SOMME100 was opened in the City of London Guildhall Yard with an opening address by Prof. Sir Hew Strachan, the Professor of International relations at the University of St Andrews. This outdoor exhibition will be place until 3rd July 2016.
Dr. Bindeshwar Pathak, author of the book "Angels of Ghost Street" has been bestowed with The “2016 Humanitarian Award of the New York Global Leaders Dialogue”, in a gala dinner party at the Harvard Club, New York
”’Immortality for your work’ – that is the inspiring and apt motto of the New York Art Director's Club at its Annual Awards, now in their 94th year. Edition Lammerhuber went home with no fewer than three Cubes. We are so pleased and especially happy for our authors,” said publisher Lois Lammerhuber.
For the second time in a row Edition Lammerhuber received a prestigious award from the FEP (Federation of European Professional Photographers). On 14 April 2015, at the biannual Rencontres de la Photographie Professionnelle in Montpellier, France, it was voted Best Publisher 2015.
Great honours at the oldest and most prestigious photojournalist competition in the world: the volume The Long Shadow of Chernobyl by well-known photographer Gerd Ludwig won him the Best Photography Book Award at the Pictures of the Year International (POYI) competition.
To present the book and exhibition project "We the Children" at the Frankfurt Book Fair UNICEF Germany and Edition Lammerhuber invited the visitors to the joint stand L67 / L73 in Hall 3.1 a. There over 50 lectures, discussions and other events dealing with children's rights were offered. On Friday of the Book Fair, the so called "Kids Friday", 500 pupils of the schools of Frankfurt visited the stand to learn more about the children's rights in a musical and interactive way.
On the occasion of the International Day of Peace, which is being observed on 21 September 2014, the Alfred Fried Photography Award 2014 for the World's Best Picture on the Theme of Peace, endowed with EUR 5,000, was given to the Russian photographer Emil Gataullin in connection with a celebration at the Austrian Parliament.
Golden Cube for The Distance Between Us – At the ADC 93rd Annual Awards American photographer Christopher Capozziello received the Golden Cube in the category Photography/Photography General/Book forThe Distance Between Us, published by Edition Lammerhuber in October 2013.
In a special ceremony at the Federal Chancellor’s Office in the Palais Niederösterreich, publisher and photographer Lois Lammerhuber was decorated with the Austrian Cross of Honour for Science and Art, First Class.
The Distance Between Usand Wolfskinder received ‘Silver 2014 ’ in the conceptual / artistic picture books category. Matthias Cremer – 25 Jahre DER STANDARD, EPHESOS – The Beauty of Destruction and GLAMOUR received the „Nominated 2014“ honourable mention in the coffee table book category at the 2014 German Photo Book Prize, which took place on 15 November 2013 at Haus der Wirtschaft in Stuttgart.
Opera Ball organizer Desirée Treichl-Stürgkh and State Opera Director Dominique Meyer held a press conference at the Wiener Staatsoper to present the facts and figures of this year’s Opera Ball. Each year the male guests of the Ball are presented with a gift, in 2014 the opulent photo volume ON STAGE. As in previous years, it is the work of Edition Lammerhuber, who were greeted with great applause for the time lapse from the book recording the preparation of a stage set and changes between acts.
In honour of Alfred Fried, who received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1911, the Photographische Gesellschaft and Edition Lammerhuber have offered five Fried Award medals to mark the world’s best photographs on the theme of ‘Peace with Nature’.
On 18 November 2013 the volume Matthias Cremer - 25 Jahre DER STANDARD was presented in a room of the Austrian parliament. After the welcoming address by the presiding officer of the Austrian parliament, Barbara Prammer, the editor of the Standard newspaper, Oscar Bronner, publisher Lois Lammerhuber and author Gregor Auenhammer presented photographer Matthias Cremer and his momentous oeuvre that spans 25 years of contemporary Austrian history.
This year, for the 13th time, the Lower-Austrian Chamber of Commerce, in cooperation with Initiativen Wirtschaft für Kunst and with the support of ecoplus – the Business Agency of Lower Austria, awarded the Lower-Austrian Arts Sponsorship Award MAECENAS. The MAECENAS gala was held on 20 November 2013 in Melk Abbey.