Scandinavian Design 1.1

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Training for Kinnarps UK sales people giving them an overview of Swedish and Scandinavian design

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  • Definitions: Wickpeadia: Scandinavian Design emerged in the 1950s as a design movement characterised by simple, uncomplicated designs, minimalism, stylisation , functionality, and low cost mass production. Swedish design is a byword for safety and quality Designs have a clear practicality and honesty Give a warmth and human touch to the stripped back simplicity and machine made efficiency of modernism.
  • Scandinavian Design 1.1

    1. 1. Scandinavian Design
    2. 2. Traditional Dala Horse
    3. 3. The Bauhaus Building, Walter Gropius, 1925
    4. 4. Villa Savoye, Le Corbusier, 1928.
    5. 5. Eileen Gray and Le Corbusier 1927
    6. 6. Chaise by Le Corbusier 1928
    7. 7. Erik Gunnar Asplund, Stockholm 1917
    8. 8. The Riihitie House, Alvar Aalto 1935
    9. 9. Finn Juhl 1942
    10. 10. Finn Juhl 1942
    11. 11. Verner Panton 1960
    12. 12. Swan, Arne Jacobsen,1958.
    13. 13. Eggs, Arne Jacobsen,1958.
    14. 14. Orrefors Glass, 1956
    15. 15. Sweden
    16. 16. Sverre Fehn
    17. 17. Poul Fraer Hansen
    18. 18. Serjo Bay
    19. 19. The Red House
    20. 20. Serjo Bay
    21. 21. Sverre Fehn
    22. 22. Home office of Marten Claesson
    23. 23. Ice Hotel, Northern Sweden
    24. 30. Sydney Opera House - Jorn Utzon, Engineered - Ove Arup.
    25. 31. Nordic Light, Design House Stockholm
    26. 32. Volvo Concept car 2006
    27. 33. Kinnarps Dufalite Worktop
    28. 34. Bench F for Arup Associates
    29. 35. Bench F for Arup Associates
    30. 36. Bench F for Arup Associates
    31. 37. Bench F for Arup Associates
    32. 38. Bench F for Arup Associates
    33. 39. Bin, Materia
    34. 40. Hanger, Materia
    35. 41. Gobble, Materia
    36. 42. A Kinnarps ‘House’
    37. 43. A Kinnarps ‘House’
    38. 44. Mayflower, Klaessons
    39. 45. Longo, Klaessons
    40. 46. Longo, Klaessons
    41. 47. Lobby, Klaessons
    42. 48. Stockholm Furniture Fair 2007
    43. 49. Plint, Materia
    44. 50. Avec, Klaessons
    45. 52. Kinnarps Interior
    46. 54. SAS Stockholm
    47. 56. Kinnarps Inspiration
    48. 60. Kinnarps Interior
    49. 61. Scandinavian Design
    50. 62. Some definitions of Scandinavian design <ul><li>Scandinavian Design emerged in the 1950s as a design movement characterised by simple, uncomplicated designs, minimalism, stylisation , functionality, and low cost mass production. </li></ul><ul><li>Swedish design is a byword for safety and quality </li></ul><ul><li>Designs have a clear practicality and honesty </li></ul><ul><li>Give a warmth and human touch to the stripped back simplicity and machine made efficiency of modernism. </li></ul>
    51. 63. Some Statitics
    52. 64. Swedes Do It Better!
    53. 65. Thank you

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