New Nordic Design

New Nordic Design

  1. Dorothea Gundtoft
  • ISBN 9780500518137
  • 23.00 x 17.70 cm
  • Flexibound PLC with flaps (no jacket)
  • 256pp
  • With over 200 colour illustrations
  • First published 2015
‘A beautifully illustrated investigation into the worldwide impact of Scandinavian style on contemporary interiors’ – Image Interiors & Living
‘Particularly comprehensive’– Nordic Style Magazine
‘An essential reference’– Architectural Digest, India

This stylish publication celebrates the wide-reaching impact Nordic design has had on the world scene, and heralds the arrival of a new generation of designers – as well as the magazine editors and bloggers chronicling their every move.

The enduring appeal of Nordic design lies in its simplicity, minimalist approach and quality of materials, as well as the sustainable production methods that are so much part of the Scandinavian way of life.

The book features over 70 designers and commentators from Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland and Iceland – and beyond – both established and up and coming. Whether they work in interiors or product design, or comment on both in magazines or blogs, they all share a passionate commitment to a design style that still carries huge international appeal.

Born in Denmark and raised in Spain, Dorothea Gundtoft splits her time between Copenhagen, London and Paris as a writer, editor-in-chief of Houzz Denmark and owner of N-DEGREES.com, while also contributing to Vogue, Elle, Dazed & Confused and V magazines, and Style.com. She is the author of Fashion Scandinavia, published by Thames & Hudson, and was Stylist of the Year at the Elle Style Awards in 2013.