Design by Nature : Interaction between Nature and Design / Architecture in Norway

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One of today's strongest trends in design is the desire for a meaningful relationship with the natural world. A whole galaxy of Norwegian architects and designers are increasingly incorporating influences from nature into their work. Many have been inspired by Norway's forward thinking National Tourist Route project to put new energy into connecting humans and the landscape. This inspirational, extensively illustrated book looks at Norwegian design history, then features contemporary projects by some of the design-rich nation's most celebrated creators, including Siren Elise Wilhelmsen's landscape hotel in Juvet, ''Norwegian wood'' blankets from Roros, ''changeable textiles'' from Kristine Bjaadal and the history of Rottefella (mousetrap), the classic Norwegian ski binding.
Author Staffan Bengtsson
Language English
Published 2011
Binding HBK
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