Formens frigörelse – Konsthantverk och design under debatt i 1960-talets Sverige
Scandinavian Design in the Doll’s House takes the reader through the changing trends in Scandinavian interior design, from 1950 to 2000. It was in Scandinavia that modernist design came to interest toy makers on a considerable scale and this unique production of doll’s houses and doll’s house furniture in modern style is prized both by collectors and by children at play. The book captures the Nordic way of life that has influenced interior design throughout the world. Childlike in some ways, perversely voyeuristic in others, this book is a must for mid-century lovers and has the potential to be a cult classic.