Formens frigörelse – Konsthantverk och design under debatt i 1960-talets Sverige
Dark is one of Norway’s largest planning, architecture and interior design practices. Their work includes master planning, urban design, building design, landscape architecture and interior design, as well as furniture design, graphic design and visualization. Dark’s vision is to create the most vigorous and cutting-edge house of design, architecture and visualisation within the Nordic countries, and this book presents their history and major projects from the past 25 years.
“The architecture of Dark is never a statement for its own sake, and if it is read as a statement at all, it is a declaration of how a building should behave in the company of others, and consequently how people could use it as a shelter, a tool or a backdrop for their urban demeanor.” – Hans Ibeling, Urban Civility: The Localized Architecture of Dark