Swedish Design: The Best in Swedish Design Today

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Mitchell Beazley, 2002 - Design - 319 pages
"For the first time since the 1950s, design in Sweden has come under an international spotlight. Almost everything aorund us has been designed and,a s such, design provokes a mirror of contemporary culture, and a vehicle of self expression. In this book the author presents a survey of over 30 contemporary Swedish designers, from glass and textile designers to ceramic artists and furniture makers, providing a fascinating insight into current Scandinavian design philosophies." - cover.

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About the author (2002)

Helgeson lived in Paris for two years before studying economics and law at Stockholm University. She worked in marketing for ten years as a project director and writer, and after six months working in advertising in Italy she started her own art and design business.

Nyberg was a student at Beckmans School of Design from 1979 to 1982. In 1984 he started Style for Every Mood with Johan Vipper. Today he runs his own graphic design and marketing business.

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