So my understanding is that a while back a group of mostly French mathematicians, under the pseudonym Bourbaki, wrote a somewhat austerely written series titled "Elements of Mathematic(s)" covering a large swath of the discipline, starting from the very ground up with an axiomatic set theory. The idea was that the books be rigorous, and entirely self contained, and to a large degree they were throughout the series.
My question is, is Bourbaki unique? Has anyone else, or any other group, collaboratively written a similarly comprehensive series before or since? I don't necessarily mean simply a series of textbooks on a few topics, I mean a directed series of volumes which specially rely on each other and are built on top of one another, starting from the very axiomatics. If so, has it been as influential? If not, why not? Why do I not see any other such series' lining the library bookshelves today?
If such a series exists, could you recommend it to me?