No. 10 of 15 volumes in the publication series "Scandinavian Journal of Design History" (ed. Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen).
136 pages, soft cover with flaps, 52 illustrations, 208 x 270 mm (2000)
Editorial: p. 5
A jury member's notes - Erick Folcker in Turin 1902 (by Elisabet Stavenow-Hidemark), p. 6-13
Tasteless "Japoniaiseries" - the Concept of Kitsch in two collections of Japonaiseries (by Anna Kortelainen), p. 14-27
Kaj Franck & Kilta - Gendering the (Aesth)Ethics of Modernism (by Harri Kalha), p. 28-45
The hunt for authentic tradition - or how Irish applied arts were conceived in Copenhagen (by Steen Ejlers), p. 46-53
The offset philosophy in practice - Posters by the artists of the "Eks-Skole" (by Lars Morell), p. 54-63
What's the point (by Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen), p. 64-69
Art textile in architectural space - the Finnish experience (by Kirsti Salo-Mattila), p. 70-81
Fine flax, good yarn and proper weaving - Factory textile production in the 19th century (by Charlotte Paludan), p. 82-95
Is all human creation design? (Review article, Hanne Horsfeld), p. 96-111
Book reviews, p. 112-126
Index' for vol. 1-10 (Names, subjects, authors)
Cover illustration: Kaj Franck, Kilta dinnerware, Arabia, 1953, Designmuseum Danmark.
(Kaj Franck & Kilta - Gendering the (Aesth)Ethics of Modernism (by Harri Kalha), p. 28-45)