No. 8 of 15 volumes in the publication series "Scandinavian Journal of Design History" (ed. Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen).
148 pages, soft cover with flaps, 126 illustrations, 208 x 270 mm (1998)
Editorial, p. 5-7
Design-Business Interaction - An anthropological excursion into two professional cultures (by Karen Lisa G. Salamon), p. 9-15
Present-day Swedish furniture manufacturing and design (by Gunilla Frick), p. 16-31
The Scandinavian Ideal - A model for design in Ireland (by Paul Caffrey), p. 32-43
Innovations-Fusions-Provocations - Verner Panton's Seating 1955-1970 (by Hanne Horsfeld), p. 44-79
Norwegian wood? - Scandinavian Design in Britain 1950-65 (by Kevin Davies), p. 80-93
A Norwegian toilet and jewellery set of regal dimensions (by Widar Halén), p. 94-109
History in glass - The Hoen Goblet (by Randi Gaustad), p. 110-117
The role of a decorative arts museum - Mirror of society or independent "oasis" (by Anniken Thue), p. 118-123
Helena Dahlbäck Lutteman in Memoriam (by Dag Widman), p. 124-125
Book reviews, p. 126-145
Cover illustration: Verner Panton: Fantasy Landscape, wooden frame, hard and soft foam, synthetic fabric, parchment, Visiona II, Cologne, Bayer AG, Germany, 1970.
(Innovations-Fusions-Provocations - Verner Panton's Seating 1955-1970 (by Hanne Horsfeld), p. 44-79)