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spelling Fallan, Kjetil edt, Zetterlund, Christina edt, Munch, Anders V. edt, Fallan, Kjetil oth, Zetterlund, Christina oth, Munch, Anders V. oth, Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980 Revolt and Resilience, Taylor & Francis 2023, 1 electronic resource (244 p.), text txt rdacontent, computer c rdamedia, online resource cr rdacarrier, Routledge Research in Design History, Open Access star Unrestricted online access, Covering the 1960s and 1970s, this volume explores new ways of investigating, comparing and interpreting the different domains of design culture across the Nordic countries. Challenging the traditional narrative, this volume argues that the roots of the most prominent features of Nordic design’s contemporary significance are not to be found amongst the objects for the home collectively branded as ‘Scandinavian Design’ to great acclaim in the 1950s, but in the discourses, institutions and practices formed in the aftermath of that oft-told success story, during the turbulent period between 1960 and 1980. This is achieved by employing multidisciplinary approaches to connect the domains of industrial production, marketing, consumption, public institutions, design educations, trade journals as well as public debates and civic initiatives forming a design culture. This book makes a significant contribution to current, international agendas of historiographical critique focusing on transnational relations and the deconstruction of national design histories. This book will be of interest to scholars in design, design history and Scandinavian studies., Creative Commons https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/ cc https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/, English, www.oapen.org https://library.oapen.org/bitstream/20.500.12657/58021/1/9781000736359.pdf 0 DOAB: download the publication, www.oapen.org https://directory.doabooks.org/handle/20.500.12854/91396 0 DOAB: description of the publication, txt, nc, Industrial / Commercial Art & Design, European History, Architecture, Book Design, Copenhagen, Climate Change, Clothing Industry, Consumption, Craft, Criticism, Denmark, Designer, Design Activism, Design Schools, Disability, Ecological Sustainability, Economy, Environment, Ergonomics, Exhibitions, Finland, Furniture, Graphic Design, Human Rights, Indigenous, Modern, Norway, Participatory Design, Production, Public Design, Sami, Scandinavia
spellingShingle Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980: Revolt and Resilience, Covering the 1960s and 1970s, this volume explores new ways of investigating, comparing and interpreting the different domains of design culture across the Nordic countries. Challenging the traditional narrative, this volume argues that the roots of the most prominent features of Nordic design’s contemporary significance are not to be found amongst the objects for the home collectively branded as ‘Scandinavian Design’ to great acclaim in the 1950s, but in the discourses, institutions and practices formed in the aftermath of that oft-told success story, during the turbulent period between 1960 and 1980. This is achieved by employing multidisciplinary approaches to connect the domains of industrial production, marketing, consumption, public institutions, design educations, trade journals as well as public debates and civic initiatives forming a design culture. This book makes a significant contribution to current, international agendas of historiographical critique focusing on transnational relations and the deconstruction of national design histories. This book will be of interest to scholars in design, design history and Scandinavian studies., Industrial / Commercial Art & Design, European History, Architecture, Book Design, Copenhagen, Climate Change, Clothing Industry, Consumption, Craft, Criticism, Denmark, Designer, Design Activism, Design Schools, Disability, Ecological Sustainability, Economy, Environment, Ergonomics, Exhibitions, Finland, Furniture, Graphic Design, Human Rights, Indigenous, Modern, Norway, Participatory Design, Production, Public Design, Sami, Scandinavia
title Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980: Revolt and Resilience
title_auth Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980 Revolt and Resilience
title_full Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980 Revolt and Resilience
title_fullStr Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980 Revolt and Resilience
title_full_unstemmed Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980 Revolt and Resilience
title_short Nordic Design Cultures in Transformation, 1960–1980
title_sort nordic design cultures in transformation 1960 1980 revolt and resilience
title_sub Revolt and Resilience
topic Industrial / Commercial Art & Design, European History, Architecture, Book Design, Copenhagen, Climate Change, Clothing Industry, Consumption, Craft, Criticism, Denmark, Designer, Design Activism, Design Schools, Disability, Ecological Sustainability, Economy, Environment, Ergonomics, Exhibitions, Finland, Furniture, Graphic Design, Human Rights, Indigenous, Modern, Norway, Participatory Design, Production, Public Design, Sami, Scandinavia
topic_facet Industrial / Commercial Art & Design, European History, Architecture, Book Design, Copenhagen, Climate Change, Clothing Industry, Consumption, Craft, Criticism, Denmark, Designer, Design Activism, Design Schools, Disability, Ecological Sustainability, Economy, Environment, Ergonomics, Exhibitions, Finland, Furniture, Graphic Design, Human Rights, Indigenous, Modern, Norway, Participatory Design, Production, Public Design, Sami, Scandinavia
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