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Scandinavian Design in the Doll's House.
Wadsted, Yvette and Ulf Beckman.
Scandinavian Design in the Doll's House.
Delightfully child-like in some ways, perversely obsessive in others, this richly illustrated book is a fascinating journey in miniature through the changing trends in Scandinavian interior design in the second half of the 20th century. An astonishing amalgam of the Swedish folk art of miniature-making (called folkhem) with a vogue for minuscule Modernism. These doll's houses are complete from Arne Jacobsen chairs to wallpaper to period toilets and kitchens. Gorgeous full-bleed photos put you right into the center of these remarkable, mint-condition dwellings, built by three important Swedish toy makers, BRIO, Lundby and Micki Gemla. This book has the potential to be a cult classic.

Category: Design, Graphic Design
Binding: Cl.
Pages: 272 pp
Year: 2012.
ISBN: 9789185213177
Book Id: 91933

Price: $100.00
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