3 edition of Scandinavian design sourcebook found in the catalog.
Scandinavian design sourcebook
|Statement||by Lars Bolander and Heather Smith MacIsaac.|
|Contributions||MacIsaac, Heather Smith.|
|LC Classifications||NK1457 .B65 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009051241|
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Her published works include New York Interior Design,Sourcebook of Scandinavian Furniture, Guide to Period Styles for Interiors, Harvey Probber: Modernist Furniture, Artworks and Design, and Edward Wormley: The Other Face of by: 2.
"The Scandinavian Home" is the first book devoted to the signature features of Scandinavian design past and present. Over colour photographs cover every aspect of the Scandinavian design aesthetic, organised by type of space: exteriors, front halls and staircases, living rooms, dining rooms and kitchens, bedrooms and bathrooms.4/5(3).
The Sourcebook also includes detailed product specifications and sources, biographies of important Nordic designers, and a helpful bibliography. It is an invaluable reference for everyone who loves modern furniture, and is an essential tool for interior designers, architects, collectors, and students with a special interest in Scandinavian design.
Scandinavian design is a design movement characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality that emerged in the early 20th century, and subsequently flourished in the s throughout the five Nordic countries: Norway, Sweden, Finland, Denmark, and Iceland.
Scandinavian designers are known especially for household goods including furniture, textiles, ceramics, lamps, and glass, but. Praise for Lars Bolander's Scandinavian Design: “A private, exclusive tour of the best of Scandinavian design This book is a new treasure for my design library, one I will refer to over and over.” ~ Bunny Williams “A sophisticated volume an in-depth, intelligent, and informative look at the design sensibilities found in.