No. 12 of 15 volumes in the publication series "Scandinavian Journal of Design History" (ed. Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen).
128 pages, soft cover with flaps, 76 illustrations, 208 x 270 mm (2002)
Editorial: p. 5-6
On seeing design as redesign - an exploration of a neglected problem in design education (by Jan Michl), p. 7-23
Myths and mysteries of Finnish design - Reading "Wirkkala" and the National Nature Paradigm (by Harri Kalha), p. 24-47
"Easier said than done" - Craft, design and industry in the Year 2001 (by Ursula Munch-Petersen), p. 48-57
The artist and the craftsman - a succesful combination in the Swedish glass industry (by Gunnel Holmér), p. 58-79
Designers, glass makers and rationalisation (by Kaisa Koivisto), p. 80-91
Changing meanings of a piece of furniture - variations on the theme of a sauna stool (by Mirva Mattila), p. 92-101
Batik in the 1920s - an old technique for modern textiles (by Kirsten Toftegaard), p. 102-115
Book reviews, p. 116-126
Cover illustration: Simon Gate: Cup in Graal technique, Orrefors Glassworks 1919, Smålands Museum.
(The artist and the craftsman - a succesful combination in the Swedish glass industry (by Gunnel Holmér), p. 58-79)