Edited by Actar, Uncharted: New Landscapes of Tourism has a two-fold objective: to explore new avenues of thought in design teaching, and to do so through research that deals with new architectural landscapes that are linked to tourism. 
The book is divided in three sections that follow different graphic treatments.
Design wise, a system of red glyphs is overlaid to all pages of the book, codifying and punctuating them. This set of signs interlinks authors and projects in both english and Spanish sections, and aims to ease the reading of the texts and projects and the navigation of different metadata included in the book.
Each section of the book and type of content follows a graphical set up that includes variations  in layout, background and text colour.​​​​​​​