We love cinema and the purposeful spaces it created along the way for its storytelling purposes, but there has never really been a book before The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces: by Interiors that truly broke down the academic, graphic, architectural and perspective considerations that went into the selection process of a single locale for film or TV. That’s where this book comes in. As the editors at Arch Daily put it, “The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces by Interiors is an academic, graphic exploration of architectural spaces in cinema that provides a new perspective on the relationship between architecture and film.” Honestly, we couldn’t agree more because that’s the absolute perfect description for the book. Almost 100 pages that perfectly codifies the relationship between reader, architecture and film, and when it comes to books, that all that you can ask for. The Architecture of Cinematic Spaces: by Interiors will be released in both Kindle and paperbook versions on April 18th. Order your copy now before it sells out.