No. 7 of 15 volumes in the publication series "Scandinavian Journal of Design History" (ed. Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen).
164 pages, soft cover with flaps, 129 illustrations, 208 x 270 mm (1997)
Editorial, p. 5-6
Arne Jacobsen and His Laminated Chairs (by Bård Henriksen), p. 7-28
Designing a Room of One's Own - The Architect Aino Marsio-Aalto and Artek (by Renja Suominen-Kokkonen), p. 29-40
Twentieth Century Danish Furniture Design and the English Vernacular Tradition (by Kevin Davies), p. 41-57
Architects in Danish Graphic Design (by Steen Ejlers), p. 58-73
Neo-Empire - Another Classicism in Danish Furniture (by Kirsten Nørregaard Pedersen), p. 74-90
Thomas Wardle Once More (by Elisabeth Stavenow-Hidemark), p. 91-95
Ferdinand and Anna Boberg's Remarkable Designs for the Decorative Arts (by Ann Thorson Walton), p. 96-106
Cultural Values and Tangible Forms - The Construction of Artefacts and Cultural Identity (by Merete Christensen), p. 107-116
Design for Quality of Life (by Tore Kristensen), p. 117-126
Connections - Important Tasks for Art and Design Libraries, p. 127-138
Book reviews, p. 139-161
Cover illustration: Arne Jacobsen, the Ant chair, laminated wood and chromium-plated tubular steel, Fritz Hansens Eftf., 1950.
(Arne Jacobsen and His Laminated Chairs (by Bård Henriksen), p. 7-28)