No. 13 of 15 volumes in the publication series "Scandinavian Journal of Design History" (ed. Mirjam Gelfer-Jørgensen).
136 pages, soft cover with flaps, 89 illustrations, 208 x 270 mm (2003)
Editorial - A challenge: p. 5-6
Patterns of culture in global fashion - Production, Representation and Agency (by Lise Skov), p. 7-24
A plus for Norwegian design - Aiming for design in the "Golden Age" of Norwegian Decorative Art (by Wenche Anette Johannessen), p. 25-35
Blonde wood among the gum trees - Scandinavian influences in furniture design in Australia, 1930-1975 (by Simon Jackson), p. 36-51
The Addo House style - Swedish Modern as a sales argument in the 1950s (by Helena Kåberg), p. 52-67
Formative design developments in Iceland - The heritage of G.F. Hetsch (by Arndís S. Árnadóttir), p. 68-85
"Museum-like" - The role of the Nordic museums in relation to the Lunning Prize and its intentions (by Astrid Skjerven), p. 86-99
Visionaries and weathercocks - Norwegian furniture design c. 1920-1965 (by Kjetil Fallan), p. 100-113
The mysterious oilcloth wall covering - Aspects of the production of wall coverings in the 18th century (by Ewa Kron), p. 114-126
Book reviews, p. 127-134
Cover illustration: Sven Ivar Dysthe: "Planet", 1965. New production by For a Form, 2002.
(Visionaries and weathercocks - Norwegian furniture design c. 1920-1965 (by Kjetil Fallan), p. 100-113)