2 edition of influence of Scandinavian designers on contemporary American furniture found in the catalog.
influence of Scandinavian designers on contemporary American furniture
Pearl Matilda Miller
Written in English
|Statement||by Pearl Matilda Miller.|
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|Pagination||114 leaves, bound :|
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THE INFLUENCE OF SCANDINAVIAN DESIGNERS ON CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN FURNITURE INTRODUCTION Have Scandinavian designers had an influence on con- temporary American furniture.
The general consensus of opinion is that much American design is modeled after the Scandinavian. the purpose of this study was to find out if there has been a great deal of influence. The book celebrates the impact of contemporary Nordic style on interiors, furnishings and product design and is, according to the magazine American Craft “a must for anyone looking to expand their understanding of the Scandinavian influence on global handmade and industrial design.
Introduced in the United States in the late s, this type of modern furniture has sleek, attractive, geometric lines and fits in perfectly with today's minimalist designs. Whether choosing a single chair, a matched pair of coffee tables or an entire room of modern Scandinavian furniture.
Born in Copenhagen inhe studied at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in the s with Kaare Klint as his teacher and Hans Wegner as a classmate. His work was influenced by American Arts and Crafts and embodies the sleek, Scandinavian style that would influence many designers to come.
Scandinavian design captured the hearts and eyes of décor lovers around the globe long before IKEA entered our homes. Nordic countries have always had a strong sense of style and appreciation for aesthetics, but it was in the '50s that many Scandinavian designers made a name for themselves on an international scale.
Today, Scandinavian design is mainly about demonstrating life balance and individuality, minimalism, and ergonomic function—translating to a simple way of living. A perfect example of Scandinavian influence on American design would be the Pedestal Armchair (nicknamed the.
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Shop the collection online or visit a store near you. “Scandinavian design” refers to the use of natural materials, pale colors, and minimalist shapes in open interiors that capitalize on what sunlight the wintry region actually does receive.
The modern style originated in the Nordic region — Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, and Norway — in the 's, according to The Washington of white wooden cottages with monochromatic. Finnish architect Alvar Aalto (born February 3, ) became famous for both his modernist buildings and his furniture designs of bent plywood.
His influence on American furniture-making continues to be seen in public buildings. Focusing on the extensive influence of Scandinavian design in the United States, this book shows how Nordic ideas about modern design and the objects themselves had an indelible impact on American culture and material life.
It also considers America’s influence on Scandinavian design, showing how cultural exchange is mutual by nature. Grete Prytz Kittelsen (–) is regarded as "the queen of Scandinavian design." Her sphere of influence in the history of decorative art and design stretches from the Scandinavian Design period, –65, to today.
This book is the first comprehensive presentation of her work. The Influence of Scandinavian Furniture Design in the Development of Modern Rattan Furniture in Indonesia Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Arts and Humanities 7(3) March with Reads. Scandinavian Design Today.
Though much of the rest of the world has embraced modern styles today, the Scandinavian School remains as important as ever, producing everything from fashion and architecture to industrial and furniture design, as well as many environmentally focused innovations.
What is Mid-Century Modern. The term “Mid-Century Modern” was coined by author Cara Greenburg in a book of the same name. The term describes trends in design architecture, furniture, and graphic design from the middle of the 20th century, about to As a result, modern rattan furniture can be accepted into middle-upper class.
This study aim is to examine the influence of Scandinavian furniture design particularly Danish furniture design in the early development of modern rattan furniture design in Indonesia.
The influence will be describe in two ways those are product design concepts. Model: F 51 Armchair and Sofa Suite Designer: Walter Gropius Year: Walter Gropius was the founder of the Bauhaus School, and that makes him one of the grandaddies of modernist furniture.
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If you love mid-century modern, contemporary or rustic design styles, you’ll find just what you’re looking for. Scandinavian designers have contributed some of the most iconic modern furniture and lighting designs of the last century. Contemporary names, like Muuto, MENU and Mater, continue in the storied Nordic tradition, reminding us that cool Scandinavian furniture and design remains hotter than ever.
Focusing on the extensive influence of Scandinavian design in the United States, this book shows how Nordic ideas about modern design and the objects themselves had an indelible impact on American culture and material life. It also considers America's influence on Scandinavian design, showing how cultural exchange is mutual by : Hardcover.
Scandinavian Modern design already had a solid domestic audience, and the Post-World War II American consumer was ready for the distinctive style and the fine quality it offered. With a focus on more than 60 designers, this extensively researched book presents the furniture and household objects - especially those of wood and metal.
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